Cape Regional Medical Center Auxiliary announces scholarship recipients

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Ocean City High School students Carolyn Hoke, Hannah Lavin, Amanda Jamison and Kelly Williamson are shown after receiving scholarships from a member of the Cape Regional Medical Center Auxiliary. Ocean City High School students Carolyn Hoke, Hannah Lavin, Amanda Jamison and Kelly Williamson are shown after receiving scholarships from a member of the Cape Regional Medical Center Auxiliary.

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Cape Regional Medical Center Auxiliary last week announced the winners of its 2012 academic scholarships.

The scholarships are awarded to high school students pursuing studies in the healthcare field. A total of $13,000 has been awarded to six students from three area high schools.

Four students from Ocean City High School received scholarships: Carolyn Hoke, Hannah Lavin, Amanda Jamison and Kelly Williamson.

Brieann Gorski of Wildwood High School and Michael Capozzi of Wildwood Catholic High School also received scholarships.

“We congratulate all of our award winners,” said Auxiliary president Anne Burrows. “The scholarship program is a highlight for the Auxiliary each year. It is exciting to acknowledge the academic success of young adults in our community and partner with them in their professional future.”

The Cape Regional Medical Center Auxiliary was founded in 1951 when a group gathered to raise funds to help build the Cape Regional Medical Center. Now with four branches, activities sponsored by the Auxiliary include fundraising projects as well as special projects of their own. All money raised by the Auxiliary is presented to the Medical Center for designated projects.

For more information about Cape Regional Medical Center’s Auxiliary, call 609-463-2519 or write to: Cape Regional Medical Center, Attn: Auxiliary Membership Chair, 2 Stone Harbor Boulevard, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210.


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