Noyes Health Auxiliary Announces 2016 Scholarship Winners
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
The Noyes Health Auxiliary celebrated the awarding of their annual high school scholarships at the Auxiliary’s spring dinner on Tuesday, April 26th at Noyes Health in Dansville. Students that have been awarded scholarships and their families were invited to attend the dinner. This year the Auxiliary awarded three high school scholarships to local students:
Melissa Kirsop, Perry Central School District, received a $2,000 award.
Melissa’s desired career choice is to be an Orthodontist. Her career choice was selected while attending the Genesee Valley Educational Partnership’s Health Careers Academy. She plans to attend SUNY Geneseo in the fall. Melissa wants to help people of all ages smile proudly.
Jacob Mesi, Avon Central School District, received a $2,000 award.
Jacob’s desired career choice is to be a Neurosurgeon. He plans on attending the University of Rochester in the fall. Jacob’s goal is to improve the lives of those with diseases or conditions in the brain.
Alexis Rudesil, Hornell Central School District, received a $1,000 award.
Alexis’ desired career choice is Oncology and/or Prosthetics Design. She plans on attending Alfred State College and transferring at a later date to RIT. Alexis believes she was born to find a cure for cancer.
“The Auxiliary received many excellent scholarship applications this year, and wants to wish success, in their chosen field, to all of the students who applied,” said Noyes Health Auxiliary President Gerri Long.
For more information visit www.noyes-health.org, Noyes Health Facebook Page or contact Cynthia Oswald, Director of PR/Foundation email@example.com or 585-335-4323.