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Cass Community Health Foundation awards health care scholarships

KANSAS CITY, Mo., (May 12, 2016) – Cass Community Health Foundation (CCHF) is supporting the future of health care. A total of 25 students from the Cass County area planning to pursue careers in the health field will be awarded $32,000 in scholarships.

Scholarship recipients from Belton High School include Jordan Clark, Grant Goffoy and Aubrie Vaughn.

Scholarship recipients from Raymore-Peculiar High School include Reice Brown, Kevin Edmonsond, Kathryn Hatfield, Chandler Richerson, Karson Schroeder and Alyson Van Winkle.

Other high school scholarship recipients include Shelby Drake, Cass Midway High School, Madeline Jackson, Grandview High School, Allison Jacobs, Drexel High School, Kristen Koch, Harrisonville High School, Emily Linquist, Sherwood Cass High School and Brianna Shuler, Pleasant Hill High School.

Renewal scholarships were also awarded to students pursing nursing including Destinee Arthur, Kelsei Bowie, Dominique Brennan, Paige Gross, Alexandra Lady, Quincy Martin, Baili Rollmann, Bridgette Sappington, Brandi Stackelbeck and Delaney Swanson

“We are excited and honored to recognize an exceptional class of scholarship recipients. The future of health care is important to the development of Cass County and we will continue to support students who wish to contribute to the overall wellness of our communities,” Cynthia Randazzo, CCHF president, said.

CCHF provides scholarships to seniors from Archie, Belton, Cass Midway, Drexel, Harrisonville, Pleasant Hill, Raymore-Peculiar, Sherwood Cass and Grandview High Schools interested in nursing or other health related degrees. Students should apply by March 1.

Call 816-276-4218 for more information about scholarships.