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Aspiring nurse Leigh Ann Swayne, right foreground, is the recipient of a $2,000 Jeanette Payne Memorial Nurses Training Scholarship. It was awarded by Clinton County Voiture 992 (V-992), a veterans charitable organization chartered in 1984. Joining Swayne are her children Sawyer and Ryleigh, as well as V-992 representatives, from left, Paul Butler, Bob Rich (Nurses Training Directeur), and Charlie Shoemaker (Chef de Gare). Swayne will be a student in the Southern State Community College nursing program.

Aspiring nurse Leigh Ann Swayne, right foreground, is the recipient of a $2,000 Jeanette Payne Memorial Nurses Training Scholarship. It was awarded by Clinton County Voiture 992 (V-992), a veterans charitable organization chartered in 1984. Joining Swayne are her children Sawyer and Ryleigh, as well as V-992 representatives, from left, Paul Butler, Bob Rich (Nurses Training Directeur), and Charlie Shoemaker (Chef de Gare). Swayne will be a student in the Southern State Community College nursing program.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In conjunction with Nurses Week, a proclamation recognizing the vital work that nurses do was presented Thursday from the Office of the Mayor of Wilmington. In this photo from left, CMH Chief Nursing Officer Lesley Wininger, RN, receives a proclamation from Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

As part of Nurses Week, an event was held Thursday at the Clinton Memorial Hospital atrium. Among those in the photo are CMH Chief Nursing Officer Lesley Wininger, RN, aspiring nurse Leigh Ann Swayne who has been awarded a $2,000 nurses training scholarship from Clinton County Voiture 992 whose members are in caps, plus Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth, Clinton County Commissioner Mike McCarty, and CMH Chief Executive Officer Lance Beus. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com .


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Aspiring nurse Leigh Ann Swayne, right foreground, is the recipient of a $2,000 Jeanette Payne Memorial Nurses Training Scholarship. It was awarded by Clinton County Voiture 992 (V-992), a veterans charitable organization chartered in 1984. Joining Swayne are her children Sawyer and Ryleigh, as well as V-992 representatives, from left, Paul Butler, Bob Rich (Nurses Training Directeur), and Charlie Shoemaker (Chef de Gare). Swayne will be a student in the Southern State Community College nursing program.

In conjunction with Nurses Week, a proclamation recognizing the vital work that nurses do was presented Thursday from the Office of the Mayor of Wilmington. In this photo from left, CMH Chief Nursing Officer Lesley Wininger, RN, receives a proclamation from Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth.

As part of Nurses Week, an event was held Thursday at the Clinton Memorial Hospital atrium. Among those in the photo are CMH Chief Nursing Officer Lesley Wininger, RN, aspiring nurse Leigh Ann Swayne who has been awarded a $2,000 nurses training scholarship from Clinton County Voiture 992 whose members are in caps, plus Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth, Clinton County Commissioner Mike McCarty, and CMH Chief Executive Officer Lance Beus. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com .

Aspiring nurse Leigh Ann Swayne, right foreground, is the recipient of a $2,000 Jeanette Payne Memorial Nurses Training Scholarship. It was awarded by Clinton County Voiture 992 (V-992), a veterans charitable organization chartered in 1984. Joining Swayne are her children Sawyer and Ryleigh, as well as V-992 representatives, from left, Paul Butler, Bob Rich (Nurses Training Directeur), and Charlie Shoemaker (Chef de Gare). Swayne will be a student in the Southern State Community College nursing program.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/05/web1_DSC_0428-1.jpgAspiring nurse Leigh Ann Swayne, right foreground, is the recipient of a $2,000 Jeanette Payne Memorial Nurses Training Scholarship. It was awarded by Clinton County Voiture 992 (V-992), a veterans charitable organization chartered in 1984. Joining Swayne are her children Sawyer and Ryleigh, as well as V-992 representatives, from left, Paul Butler, Bob Rich (Nurses Training Directeur), and Charlie Shoemaker (Chef de Gare). Swayne will be a student in the Southern State Community College nursing program. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In conjunction with Nurses Week, a proclamation recognizing the vital work that nurses do was presented Thursday from the Office of the Mayor of Wilmington. In this photo from left, CMH Chief Nursing Officer Lesley Wininger, RN, receives a proclamation from Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/05/web1_DSC_0431-1.jpgIn conjunction with Nurses Week, a proclamation recognizing the vital work that nurses do was presented Thursday from the Office of the Mayor of Wilmington. In this photo from left, CMH Chief Nursing Officer Lesley Wininger, RN, receives a proclamation from Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

As part of Nurses Week, an event was held Thursday at the Clinton Memorial Hospital atrium. Among those in the photo are CMH Chief Nursing Officer Lesley Wininger, RN, aspiring nurse Leigh Ann Swayne who has been awarded a $2,000 nurses training scholarship from Clinton County Voiture 992 whose members are in caps, plus Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth, Clinton County Commissioner Mike McCarty, and CMH Chief Executive Officer Lance Beus. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com .
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/05/web1_DSC_0434-1.jpgAs part of Nurses Week, an event was held Thursday at the Clinton Memorial Hospital atrium. Among those in the photo are CMH Chief Nursing Officer Lesley Wininger, RN, aspiring nurse Leigh Ann Swayne who has been awarded a $2,000 nurses training scholarship from Clinton County Voiture 992 whose members are in caps, plus Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth, Clinton County Commissioner Mike McCarty, and CMH Chief Executive Officer Lance Beus. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com . Gary Huffenberger | News Journal