TCHC Foundation awards six scholarships
The Tri-County Health Care Foundation recently awarded scholarships to
six area students pursuing a health care career.
One student received a $1,000 Auxiliary Scholarship. This scholarship was established to encourage and promote qualified individuals from the hospital’s service area to pursue a health care career. The recipient must be entering the second year of schooling for a health-related career.
Kate Schmidt of Wadena, is the 2019 Auxiliary Scholarship recipient. She is pursuing a Forensics
degree at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Five students received a $2,500 Davis Family Scholarship. This scholarship was created by Gary and Brenda Davis to assist students in all levels of nursing to give back to the community, inspire others to pay it forward and encourage qualified individuals to pursue a health care career in nursing. Recipients include:
Dannette Nevala of Wadena, registered nurse degree at M State Wadena
Ashley Hull of Staples, registered nurse degree at M State Wadena
Magaen Kveton of Wadena, Bachelor of Science in Nursing at North Dakota State University
Charles Peeters of Menahga, registered nurse degree at M State Wadena
Luke Funk of Staples, registered nurse degree at M State Wadena
For more information about scholarships offered by the Foundation, visit TCHC.org/foundation.
ABOUT TRI-COUNTY HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION
The Tri-County Health Care Foundation is a private charity established in 1994 by the hospital to attract and administer charitable funds for the benefit of the communities and surrounding areas served by Tri-County Health Care. Tax deductible gifts support education, technology, patient care and equipment. Financial donations stay local and have a direct and lasting impact on your family, friends and neighbors.
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