Grinnell Regional Medical Center Auxiliary recognized four area students pursuing health care careers at its annual gathering held on April 24. GRMC Auxiliary scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors, current students or adult students pursuing a health care career. These funds are also available to those currently working in health care and seeking advanced training.
The 2018 GRMC Auxiliary scholarship recipients are:
Samantha Blain, Grinnell, will graduate from Grinnell Community High School. She plans to attend the University of Iowa, Iowa City, this fall, majoring in pre-medicine. She is the daughter of Paula and Daniel Blain.
Sienna Durr, Grinnell, will graduate from Grinnell Community High School. She will attend Columbia University, Chicago, in the fall, majoring in pre-medicine. She is the daughter of Kalyn and Paul Durr.
Charlee Fruendt, Victor, will graduate from HLV High School this May. She will begin college at Clarke University, Dubuque, this fall, pursuing a degree in nursing. She is the daughter of Tommi Miller and Dennis Fruendt.
Jessica Timm, Tama, will graduate from South Tama County High School this spring. She plans to pursue a degree in nursing at Mount Mercy University, Cedar Rapids, this fall. She is the daughter of Jennifer Hickman and Rodney Timm.
For additional information about the GRMC Auxiliary scholarships, please call Cara Kenkel, GRMC volunteer coordinator, at 641-236-2043.
2018 GRMC Auxiliary Scholarship recipients are (from left) Jessica Timm-Tama, Charlee Fruendt-Victor, Samantha Blain-Grinnell and Donnette Ellis-GRMC Auxiliary Chair. Not pictured, recipient Sienna Durr-Grinnell.