Future nurse receives scholarship funds


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Shown are Jim Cook, Mike Boyle, Charlie Shoemaker, Charles Lakatos, Leigh Ann Swayne, Bob Rich, Jack Rose, Kelly Hopkins and Denny Hasz.

Shown are Jim Cook, Mike Boyle, Charlie Shoemaker, Charles Lakatos, Leigh Ann Swayne, Bob Rich, Jack Rose, Kelly Hopkins and Denny Hasz.


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WILMINGTON — On National Nurses’ Recognition Day in May, Clinton County Voiture 992 — a veterans charitable organization — awarded a $2,000 Jeanette Payne Memorial Nurses Training Scholarship to Leigh Ann Swayne in a ceremony at Clinton Memorial Hospital.

On Monday, she received her first check for $1,000 — after completing the summer semester with a 4.0 GPA.

In addition to taking a full class load, Swayne has a full-time job and is the loving mother of six.

Bob Rich, V-992 Nurses Training Directeur, said, “Leigh Ann exemplifies the work ethic and drive that it takes to be a great nurse.”

To help Clinton County Voiture 992 continue assisting aspiring nurses, please contact Bob Rich at 937-603-3672 or atrcr2501@hotmail.com .

Shown are Jim Cook, Mike Boyle, Charlie Shoemaker, Charles Lakatos, Leigh Ann Swayne, Bob Rich, Jack Rose, Kelly Hopkins and Denny Hasz.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/09/web1_20210906_185254.jpgShown are Jim Cook, Mike Boyle, Charlie Shoemaker, Charles Lakatos, Leigh Ann Swayne, Bob Rich, Jack Rose, Kelly Hopkins and Denny Hasz. Submitted photo

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