Franciscan St. Anthony Health-Michigan City: Student Receives Scholarship Award from Volunteers

Franciscan-St-Anthony-Health-Michigan-City-Student-receives-scholarship-award-from-volunteersNatalie Riley of Michigan City, third from left, a recent graduate of Marquette Catholic High School, recently received a $2,000 scholarship from the Franciscan St. Anthony Health-Michigan City Guild of Volunteers. Among other qualifications for the annual guild honor, she had served as a hospital junior volunteer. She plans to attend Butler University in hopes of becoming a pharmacist.

High school awards and honors she received in the past four years include Summa Cum Laude Honor Roll, Presidential Service Award and National Honor Society. She graduated with Summa Cum Laude distinction for maintaining a 4.0 (or above) grade point average. Also shown, from left, are Guild board members Judi Day, Gift Shoppe treasurer; Angie Kmiecik, vice president; Caryn Glossinger, corresponding secretary; Kathleen Nicholson, secretary; Sheila Ito, president; Shirley Sjoberg, manager.