Grace Pollenz of New Port Richey recently was installed as president of the Western Florida Power Squadrons Auxiliaries, an auxiliary of District 22, United States Power Squadrons. Lela Strovers of St. Petersburg is vice president; Florence Chapin of Palm Harbor, secretary; and Frances Anderson of Oldsmar, treasurer.
Mrs. Pollenz is an active member of the Tarpon Springs Power Squadron and a past president of TARPS, a squadron auxiliary.
The United States Power Squadron is a national private organization dedicated to boating safety through education. There are 20 squadrons in District 22, which stretches from the West Coast of Florida north to Albany, Ga.
The Tarpon Springs Power Squadron recently participated in National Safe Boating Week with a display at Gulf View Square Mall in Port Richey.
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Priscilla Senn is honored
Priscilla W. Senn, a member of American Legion Paradise Post 79 of New Port Richey, was installed by the Department of Florida of the 20/4, an honor society of women Legionnaires, as director VIP at a recent Legion convention in Hollywood, Fla.
Mrs. Senn is a delegate to the National convention of the 20/4 scheduled in late August in Phoenix, Ariz.
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