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Village Improvement Association of Rehoboth Presents Two Student Nurses with Mildred Gray Scholarship
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The Village Improvement Association (VIA) of Rehoboth presented two students of the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing at Beebe Healthcare with the Mildred Gray scholarship.
The VIA, a member of General Federation of Women’s Club (GFWC), has funded the Mildred Gray Scholarship to recognize students at the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing at Beebe Healthcare. To qualify, a student must be a Sussex County resident, and have at least a B average in all Nursing courses.
First-year student Ashley Rego, from Lewes, and Senior-student Christina Hannah, from Milton, were presented with the awards by VIA representatives: Theda Blackwelder, VIA President; Ronnie Lutz, and Carole Suchanek.
“The Village Improvement Association of Rehoboth is pleased and proud to support and encourage the nursing students at the School of Nursing,” said Theda Blackwelder. The presentation was made at a luncheon for the students at the Beebe Medical Foundation office on Savannah Road in Lewes.
Caption: Top row from left to right: Karen Pickard, Program Administrator of the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing; Thomas J. Protack, Director of Development at Beebe Medical Foundation; Judy L. Aliquo President & CEO, of the Beebe Medical Foundation; Nina Hazzard Program Coordinator of the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing. Bottom row from left to right: scholarship winner Ashley Rego; VIA representatives Theda Blackwelder, Ronnie Lutz, and Carole Suchanek; and scholarship winner Christina Hannah.
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