P.E.O. Chapter AP will host its second annual golf tournament on June 8 at the Milton-Freewater Golf Course. Proceeds benefit scholarships for local women.
The two-person, modified-alternate shot tourney will start at 11 a.m. The entry fee is $50 per person, which includes greens fees and dinner at Watermill Winery in Milton-Freewater.
The entry deadline is June 6. Additional dinner tickets are available for $10. Watermill wine and Blue Mountain Cider will be available for purchase at the dinner.
The tournament includes men’s, women’s and mixed divisions, and prizes — including local wines and rounds of golf — for longest putt and closest to the pin. A limited number of golf cart rentals are available by reservation.
For more information or registration, contact George Gillette at 541-938-7284 or stop by the pro shop at the course.
In the past seven years, local P.E.O. chapters have sponsored women in the community for $77,700 in grants and scholarships.
Walla Wallan Jenna C. McCauley graduated cum laude with an emphasis in tax law and business law from Chapman University School of Law in Orange, Calif.
The May 17 commencement ceremony was attended by her parents, Dan and Cathy McCauley of Walla Walla, three brothers and two sisters-in-law Shane and Nicole McCauley, Travis McCauley and Jennifer Brooks, all of Walla Walla, and Garrett McCauley of Seattle; and four nephews, William, Braeden, Trey and Quentin McCauley, all of Walla Walla. The family also attended a reunion in Southern California, Cathy said.
Following the California bar exam in August, Jenna will attend New York University School of Law to earn a master of laws in taxation.
She graduated in 2006 from Walla Walla High School and the Running Start program at Walla Walla Community College and in 2009 earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington.
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