Scholarship donation

Maureen Casterline and Carol Brenneman, co-presidents of Seaside AAUW Scholarship Foundation, receive checks from Alisa Dunlap, Regional manager of Pacific Power Foundation.

Maureen Casterline and Carol Brenneman, co-presidents of Seaside AAUW Scholarship Foundation, received checks from Alisa Dunlap, regional manager of Pacific Power Foundation for $2,000 for first generation women attending college and $4,000 for women returning to school after an absence of at least five years.

This contribution is the largest donation our local Seaside AAUW Scholarship Foundation has ever received and will enable them to provide even more scholarships and larger awards to local women and girls.

Applications for returning students after an absence are being taken now; application forms at seaside-or.aauw.net or call 503-717-2353.

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