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Stephanie Smith receives local DAR medical scholarship

Original post made by El Palo Alto Daughters of the American Revolution, Stanford, on Sep 29, 2010

Stephanie Smith, recipient of the Alice W. Rooke Daughters of the American Revolution medical scholarship, was the guest of honor at the El Palo Alto Chapter�s September meeting at The Forum in Cupertino. El Palo Alto Chapter sponsored Stephanie in her application for the scholarship.

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