PEO discusses convention
Emily Kannady, a delegate to the June 2019 P.E.O. state convention, talked to P.E.O. Chapter DB about her experiences at the convention when the group met June 17 in the Santa Fe Room of the Marion Library.
The great-granddaughter and great-great-granddaughter of Hattie Briggs, one of the original founders of P.E.O., presented a session at the convention, Kannady said.
She also shared information about Cottey College, which is owned by P.E.O. The Kansas Chapter reported there are 253 chapters in the state, she said.
The program committee has begun to plan for the 2019-2020 P.E.O. year. Lois Smith is preparing the new yearbook and asked members to update their information.
The next meeting will be at 1 p.m. July 15 at the Presbyterian Church with Belinda Skiles and Kelsey Metro as hostesses. The program will be “The Magic of Travel.”