Region 99

Regional Officers

 
REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE
PETRA OVIEDO

ASSISTANT REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE
SUSAN NICHOLS

REGIONAL SECRETARIES
RHONDA POTTER

PAC
SUSAN NICHOLS

AREA K

AREA DIRECTOR
BEA MORA
 

Chapters in this Region

 
ESCONDIDO ELEMENTARY CHAPTER 150
ESCONDIDO UNION HIGH CHAPTER 219
RAMONA UNIFIED CHAPTER 733
VALLEY CENTER-PAUMA CHAPTER 795
WARNER SPRINGS CHAPTER 842

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