(L-R) Hannah Roberts, Committee Chair Beulah McGinnis, Holden Middleton, Kylee Lapete, Olivia Hudson, Katelyn Brown and Ember Rousseau on Friday on April 30, 2021. (Photo/Pat Forest)
Vermont Business Magazine On Friday, April 30, Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (NVRH) Auxiliary presented Scholastic Achievement Awards, which totaled $9,000, to six students. The awards were presented by Scholastic Achievement Award Committee Chair, Beulah McGinnis. The NVRH Auxiliary provides Scholastic Achievement Awards annually to both high school and adult students who are pursuing a career in healthcare.
Katelyn Brown from Danville, a junior at University of Southern Maine – Nurse Anesthetist-CRNA student, and Ember Rousseau from St. Johnsbury, a junior at Norwich University – Corps of Cadets – Nursing, each received a $2,500 award to assist them with their college expenses.
Olivia Hudson from Lyndonville, Kylee Lapete from St. Johnsbury, Holden Middleton from Newark and Hannah Roberts from Lyndon Center each received a $1,000 award from the NVRH Auxiliary. Hudson will be attending Norwich University, Lapete will be attending Montana State University, and Hannah Roberts will be attending UVM. All three students will be studying nursing. Middleton will attend UVM and will concentrate his studies in physical therapy.
The NVRH Auxiliary also held their Annual Scholastic Achievement Award Raffle drawing. The winners of the raffle were Linda Johnson - $300 cash; Bruce Corrette - $200cash (Donated Back); Alice Kitchel - $100 cash; Kim Brown- Vermont Teddy Bear; Jeannette Farmer and Jay Sprout – Burke Mountain Resort Ski Lift Ticket; Cathy Boykin and Dr. Schein – Burke Mountain Resort Bike Lift Ticket; Fred Wells and Judy Desrohers – Cabot Creamery Gift Box; David Brown and Karla Cornelius – Thielmann hand-made sweater and hats. All proceeds of the raffle supported the NVRH Scholastic Achievement Awards.
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital is located in St. Johnsbury in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. We are a community, not-for-profit, acute care, critical access hospital. NVRH is one of two Vermont hospitals designated as a Baby FriendlyTM hospital by the United Nations. The organization provides primary and preventive care, surgical and specialty services, inpatient and outpatient care and 24-hour, physician-staffed emergency services. NVRH serves more than 30,000 people in the Caledonia and Southern Essex Counties in Vermont and employs 600.
Source: St. Johnsbury, Vt. (April 30, 2021) – NVRH