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Out & About: Hospital auxiliary honors scholarship recipients

Shirley McMarlin
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Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary members (from left) Trudy Loch of Greensburg, Darlene Nagrosky of Greensburg and Renee Frye of Hempfield gather for a photo while collecting “Books for Babies” during the Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary scholarship luncheon, held Jume 5 at the Greensburg Country Club.
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Scholarship recipients (from left) Zoe Manolis, a 2019 graduate of Jeannette High School; Luke Sternick, a 2019 graduate of Hempfield Area High School; Zach Sheffler, a senior at LECOM; and Tiffany Bruzda, a 2019 graduate of Greensburg Salem High School, gather for a photo during the Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary scholarship luncheon, held June 5 at the Greensburg Country Club.
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Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary members (from left) Jan Taylor-Condo of Greensburg, Sally Anne Novak of Greensburg and Kaaren Tintori of Greensburg gather for a photo during the Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary scholarship luncheon, held June 5 at the Greensburg Country Club.
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Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary members (from left) Joan Stairs of Acme, Jill Bellicini of Unity and Ann Albanesi of Unity gather for a photo June 5 during the Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary scholarship luncheon at the Greensburg Country Club.
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Jennifer Kettering (left) of Greensburg, event co-chair, joins Darlene Delaini of Greensburg, president of the Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary, for a photo June 5 during the auxiliary’s scholarship luncheon, at the Greensburg Country Club.

The mission of the Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary is to support Excela Health in its goal of “improving the health and well-being of every life we touch.”

Part of that involves helping aspiring health care professionals to fund their educations through scholarships.

The auxiliary hosted it annual scholarship luncheon June 5 at the Greensburg Country Club.

This year’s recipients included Zoe Manolis, Luke Sternick, Zach Sheffler, Tiffany Bruzda and Jirapach Moongdee. All but Moongdee were able to attend the luncheon.

Auxiliary members also brought contributions for their “Books for Babies” program, destined to be given to new arrivals at the hospital’s Family Additions Maternity Center.

Auxiliary president is Darlene Delaini of Greensburg.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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