RMC Auxiliary Announces 2022 Scholarship Recipients

RMC Auxiliary Announces 2022 Scholarship Recipients

May 24, 2022 in Auxiliary, News

The Regional Medical Center (RMC) Auxiliary is pleased to announce three area students as recipients of $750 scholarships each. 

Samantha Anderson, 2022 West Delaware High School graduate, will attend Wartburg College this fall where she will begin her studies with a goal of becoming a Board Certified (MT-BC) Music Therapist and working in a hospital or assisted living home in Iowa.

Brooke Wilson, current University of Iowa student and 2019 Maquoketa Valley High School graduate, will continue at the University of Iowa this fall with studies in Radiation Sciences (Radiologic Technology & MRI) with the goal of receiving a bachelor’s degree.

Heidi Yonkovic, current Kirkwood Community College student and 2017 West Delaware High School graduate, will continue at Kirkwood this fall in the Nursing program with a goal of working as an LPN or RN locally upon graduation.

In awarding the scholarships to these students, the Auxiliary would like to acknowledge Samantha, Brooke, and Heidi for their accomplishments to-date, and wish them well as they continue their studies in preparation for healthcare careers.

The Auxiliary awards the annual scholarships to area residents pursuing an education at an Iowa college in a human health-related field. Selection is based on academic record, financial need, and participation in extracurricular and community activities. Scholarship funds are made available through memorials and donations to the Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Tree of Lights.

If you would like more information regarding the Tree of Lights, please contact Pat Blakesley, Chairperson, at 563-927-5555.