Heather Hill of Atlanta received a $1,000 scholarship to further
her doctorate studies in physical therapy at St. Ambrose University
in Davenport, Iowa. She is a 2003 graduate of Olympia High School
and has already earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from St.
Recent Lincoln College graduate Bobbi Green earned a $1,000
scholarship to begin studies at Mennonite College of Nursing this
fall. After working as a registered nurse, she hopes to complete
additional training to become a certified registered nurse
anesthetist. She is a 2004 graduate of Lincoln Community High School
and the daughter of Stephanie Sablotny and Brian Green.
Andrea Cross was awarded $500 to continue her nursing studies at
Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville. The 2005 Hartsburg-Emden
graduate is interested in surgical nursing. She is the daughter of
Jay and Christy Cross of Emden.
Recent Mount Pulaski graduate Kim Oglesby was awarded $500 to
begin pre-nursing studies at the University of Illinois in Urbana.
Her goal is to become a family nurse practitioner. She is the
daughter of Carl and Julie Oglesby of Lake Fork.
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Kylie Courtwright, a 2006 graduate of Lincoln Community High
School, earned a $500 scholarship to begin nursing studies at
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. She is the daughter of
Kevin and Nancy Courtwright of Broadwell.
Recent Illini Central graduate Alyse Schrick received a $500
scholarship to begin pre-pharmacy studies at Western Illinois
University. Her mother is Chris Schrick of Green Valley.
A $500 scholarship was also awarded to Atlanta native Alicia
Crabtree. She is a 2003 Olympia High School graduate and is studying
at ISU's Mennonite School of Nursing. She has special interests in
neonatal nursing and midwifery. She is the daughter of James
Crabtree and Janice Garriott.
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital is a community-based general
hospital serving the people of Logan and eastern Mason County. The
Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation was formed in 1996 to support
the hospital and local health care needs. Contributions to the
scholarship fund are welcome anytime. To learn more about this and
other programs of the foundation, visit
[ALMH news release provided by
Marty Ahrends, executive director of community development, Abraham
Lincoln Memorial Hospital]