Reed City hospital awards scholarships to high school seniors

Submitted to the Herald Review

REED CITY — Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital has named two area graduating seniors to each receive a $1,000 health care scholarship.

Kaci Garver, a Morley Stanwood High School student, and Julianne Griffin, a Reed City High School student, have been selected to receive the scholarship awards. Both students also attend the Mecosta-Osceola Career Center.

Garver will graduate from Morley Stanwood High School with a 3.7 GPA. She has volunteered as a blood drive assistant and plans to explore the neonatal specialty in nursing. Her goal is to pursue a nursing degree in college.

Griffin completed a job shadow at the Susan P. Wheatlake Regional Cancer Center and will graduate from Reed City High School with a 4.0 GPA. She has volunteered at the Spectrum Health Renucci Hospitality House and plans to attend Baker College of Cadillac to pursue a nursing degree.

Scholarship applicants must show a clear interest in health sciences, proven academic achievement and provide a comprehensive overview of their extra-curricular activities, community involvement and demonstrated work habits.