Faith Pearson, center front, a local veteran pilot inspired by meeting Amelia Earhart; Susan Bulkeley Butler, left, author of "Women Count: A Guide to Changing the World"  and Stephanie Schmitz, left rear, archivist of Amelia Earhart's papers at Purdue University, are pictured with  Maggie Petraits, chair of the financial development committee for the Zonta Club of Bonita Springs. Pearson, Butler and Schmitz were the featured speakers at the Third Annual Amelia Earhart Luncheon and Petraits was co-chair of the event. Crae Clements

Faith Pearson, center front, a local veteran pilot inspired by meeting Amelia Earhart; Susan Bulkeley Butler, left, author of "Women Count: A Guide to Changing the World" and Stephanie Schmitz, left rear, archivist of Amelia Earhart's papers at Purdue University, are pictured with Maggie Petraits, chair of the financial development committee for the Zonta Club of Bonita Springs. Pearson, Butler and Schmitz were the featured speakers at the Third Annual Amelia Earhart Luncheon and Petraits was co-chair of the event. Crae Clements

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