Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business awarded local student Greta Chappell, second from left, with a $500 scholarship at the organization’s Sept. 20 Member Appreciation Luncheon. Pictured wtih Chappell, from left, are Kathryn Stueckle, Jacqueline Fairbrass and Susann Hussels. (Courtesy Photo)

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business award $500 scholarship to Greta Chappell

  • Monday, October 16, 2017 10:25am
  • Business

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business presented a scholarship award to local student Greta Chappell at its Sept. 20 luncheon.

Chappell received $500 for her studies at Western Washington University, where she is majoring in business administration with a marketing and music concentration.

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