Student news: Amanda Woods |

Student news: Amanda Woods

— Lori Rugh – vice president of Chapter AJ, Craig, of the PEO International Sisterhood – awards Amanda Woods, daughter of Wendy Palmeter, with a $1,500 grant to continue her studies at Colorado State University. Woods is pursing a degree in economics with a business minor.

Woods is a graduate of Colorado Mountain College, where she was Phi Theta Kappa president. She is a senior at CSU.

The PEO Sisterhood is an international women’s philanthropic group. It has various types of loan funds and scholarship awards available to help women in post-secondary and graduate school. For more information, call Sandie Johns at 824-7455.

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