KRMC volunteers gathered with some of the 2019 Volunteer Scholarship recipients. From left are Sandra Cofer, KRMC Volunteer of the Year; Celeste Isais; Ashley Sahawneh; Amber Wells; Adja Todd-Demble; and Vicki Henson, KRMC volunteer. (Photo: KRMC)
KINGMAN – Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) Volunteer Services has awarded 14 scholarships to local students.
In total, KRMC’s volunteers awarded $13,250 for the fall semester. The funding came from community donations, as well as proceeds from the KRMC Gift Boutique.
This year’s recipients are Adja Todd-Demble, Alexis Caron, Amber Wells, Angeline Misiak, Ashley Sahawneh, Celeste Isais, Isabella Anderson, Jesika Gaddis, Kali Lewis, Katelyn Kirby, Kaylee Morley, Melinda Boehm, Melissa Ford and Shawn Walsh.
All applicants are part- or full-time students pursuing careers in the healthcare industry. A panel of KRMC volunteers and leadership chose the final scholarship recipients.
To learn more about KRMC Volunteer Services, or to make a donation to the Volunteers Scholarship Fund, visit the KRMC Gift Boutique at 3269 Stockton Hill Road, or contact Cecelia Clouser, Volunteer Services manager, at 928-263-5673.