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Berkeley Medical Center scholarships announced

September 08, 2013
  • Landis Health Professions Scholarship recipients Searra Carter, left, and Gage Hurlburt are pictured in front of the fountain outside the main entrance to the Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg, W.Va.
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MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Eleanor Jones, president of the Berkeley Medical Center Auxiliary, recently announced the names of eight recipients of the 2013 Landis Health Professions Scholarship.

Each of the students was awarded a $1,000 scholarship to the college he or she is attending this fall. 

Two of the recipients are recent graduates,  while six are reapplicants from previous years.  The two new recipients are Searra Carter and Gage Hurlburt of Martinsburg High School. Recipients from previous years receiving scholarships again this year include Holly Brown, Jessica Burkhart, Kristen Kirkpatrick, Emily Kline, Molly Quinn and Sean Woodruff.

The Landis Scholarship program was established by the Berkeley Medical Center Auxiliary in 2003 as a result of an endowment from the Virginia Landis Estate.

The scholarship is given to qualified and selected students from the Berkeley County public high schools attending college majoring in one of the following health professions: nursing, premed, pharmacy and dentistry.

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