- Category: Health and Lifestyles
- Published on Friday, 22 June 2012 11:25
Community Hospital Anderson’s Auxiliary recently awarded the annual Carolyn S. Bolles Nursing Scholarship to three deserving Madison County high school students. The $1,500 scholarship is renewable for each of the student's four years of nursing training, as long as the student maintains an A/B or better average, bringing the total of the scholarship to $6,000 over a four-year period.
This year’s winners are Carly Mahoney, Anderson High School; Shelli Reed, Alexandria Monroe High School; and Brooke VanHook, Anderson High School.
For more information or to apply for the Carolyn S. Bolles Nursing Scholarship, high school seniors interested in pursuing nursing as a career may contact their school counselors.