Source: The News-Enterprise
The Hardin Memorial Health Auxiliary recently awarded 20 scholarships worth $1,000 each to students from across the region who are pursuing a degree in the medical field.
According to a news release from the organization, the auxiliary scholarship program has been in place for close to three decades. This year was especially competitive with approximately 70 students applying from all around HMH’s 10-county region, the release said.
HMH Director of Volunteer Services Kevin Hilton said the auxiliary members hold several different fundraisers throughout the year to raise money for the scholarships.
The scholarship winners were invited to the annual HMH Auxiliary Recognition Banquet in May.
This year’s scholarship recipients are:
• Jocelyn Aron of Fort Knox, Galen College of Nursing
• Riley Beausoleil of Elizabethtown, Xavier University
• Cassie Parrish of Boston, Kentucky, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College
• Cornelia Wade of Elizabethtown, Northern Kentucky University
• Lexi-Ann Beard, Green County High School
• Emma Bell, LaRue County High School
• Taylor Brown, Grayson County High School
• Sarah Calhoun, LaRue County High School
• Caitlin Cousineau, North Hardin High School
• Sarah Downs, Bethlehem High School
• Colby Dupin, Meade County High School
• Kennedy Kenrick-Bostick, Grayson County High School
• Sierra Lyons, Grayson County High School
• Kaitlynn Manson, John Hardin High School
• Kayla McCoy, LaRue County High School
• Abby Nelson, Meade County High School
• Kayla Nutgrass, Bullitt East High School
• Kayla Shain, Central Hardin High School
• Malerie Skaggs, LaRue County high School
• Darian Thompson, Breckinridge County High School
Scholarship money is raised through proceeds from the auxiliary’s $5 Jewelry Sales, Books are Fun sales, and the lights Auxiliary volunteers sell for Let Christmas Shine to honor a loved one or healthcare provider on the HMH Christmas display.