HOSPITAL FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
The Dearborn County Hospital
Foundation announced that 14 area high school seniors
will receive $500 scholarships through the Foundationís
High School Senior Scholarship Program. Members of the
Dearborn County Hospital Foundation Board of Directors
recognized the scholarship recipients at their
respective high school awards programs.
Scholarship recipients are selected
annually from applicants who have been accepted into
degree programs in healthcare fields at accredited
colleges and universities. Additional students will be
awarded grant/loans later in the summer as part of the
Dearborn County Hospital Foundation and Dearborn County
Hospital Healthcare Student Grant/Loan Program. Both
high school scholarship and healthcare student
grant/loan recipients are honored each year in July at a
banquet hosted by the Foundation at the Dearborn Country
Students from the class of 2012
receiving DCH Foundation High School Senior Scholarships
- Maggie Adams of Batesville, a
graduate of Batesville High School who is enrolled
in the associate degree nursing program at Good
Samaritan College of Nursing & Health Science.
- Rachel Campbell of Rising Sun,
a homeschooled student who will study pre-pharmacy
at Pensacola Christian College.
- Samantha Flodder of Oldenburg,
a Batesville High School graduate who will attend
the University of Indianapolis for her bachelorís
degree in nursing.
- Kelli Foglesong of Aurora, a
graduate of South Dearborn High School who will be
working toward a bachelorís degree in nursing at the
College of Mount St. Joseph.
- Kelsey Fuchs of Brookville,
who graduated from Franklin County High School, will
pursue a bachelorís degree in nursing from Ball
- Meredith Goodall of Aurora, an
Oldenburg Academy graduate who is seeking a
bachelorís degree in human biology at Indiana
- Tessa Larimer of Guilford, an
Oldenburg Academy graduate who has enrolled in the
exercise science/pre-physical therapy program at
- Tatijana Marsee of Milan, a
graduate of Milan High School who will work toward a
bachelorís degree in speech pathology and audiology
at Ball State University.
- Alicia Reece of Brookville, a
Franklin County High School graduate seeking a
bachelorís degree in nursing at Ball State
- Rachel Settle of Aurora, a
South Dearborn High School graduate who plans to
obtain an associate degree in physical therapy
assisting at the University of Cincinnati Clermont
- Sarah Turpin of Lawrenceburg,
a graduate of Lawrenceburg High School who is
enrolled in the sports management/physical therapy
program at the College of Mount St. Joseph.
- Evan VanStrien of
Lawrenceburg, a Lawrenceburg High School graduate
who will be working toward a bachelorís degree in
nursing at Thomas More College.
- Rachel Vonderheide of
Brookville, a member of the East Central High School
class of 2012 who will enter the pre-pharmacy
program at the University of Cincinnati.
- Ashley Works of Bennington, a
Switzerland County High School graduate who is
enrolled in the nursing program at Ivy Tech
For more information about the
Dearborn County Hospital Foundation High School Senior
Scholarship Program, please call the hospitalís
Community Relations Department at (812) 537-8190 or
(800) 676-5572, ext. 8190. Information on the DCH
Foundation and Dearborn County Hospital Healthcare
Student Grant/Loan Program is available by calling the
DCH Human Resources Department at (812) 537-8120 or
(800) 676-5572, ext. 8120.
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