King’s Daughters Health Foundation announces scholarship winners
ASHLAND, Ky. — Eight area high school seniors have been named recipients of King’s Daughters Health Foundation scholarships.
The selection criteria for the scholarships included academic performance, letters of recommendation, and in some cases, enrolling in specified career fields.
The KDMC Health Foundation awarded these scholarships to the following students:
Ashland Community & Technical College Scholarship (two years of tuition, books and lab fees at Ashland Community & Technical College); Amanda Roe, East Carter High School; Katie Wurts, Rose Hill Christian School
Boyd County Medical Society Scholarship ($1,500); Haley Cyrus, Boyd County High School; Rachel Ison, Russell High School; Samantha Jenkins, Paul Blazer High School; Amber Price, Fairview High School
Edna Monk Memorial Nursing Scholarship ($1,000); Cammie Jenkins, Dawson-Bryant High School
King’s Daughters Health Foundation Health Career Scholarship ($2,500); Bradley Tussey, Fairview High School
King’s Daughters Health Foundation is an organization committed to improving the health and quality of life in our community.
The Health Foundation supports King’s Daughters Medical Center in its vision to provide World-Class Care In Our Communities.
The Health Foundation also extends healthcare services in our community, promotes comprehensive health awareness through education, and provides scholarships for students entering healthcare-related fields.