Delray Medical Center Divides $24,000 in Auxiliary Scholarships among 20 Students

By Online Staff

DELRAY BEACH- DelrayMedicalCenter hosted a reception to honor 20 students chosen to receive the Auxiliary Scholarship.

In order to qualify, each student met specific academic standards, demonstrated leadership within the community and school activities and had a financial need. Delray Medical Center CEO Mark Bryan commented, “Our scholarship students represent our bright future and we are honored to have the chance to help them toward their goals.”

The reception was held atDelrayMedicalCenterto showcase each student’s achievements, academic background and future plans. Many of these bright minds will be attending aFloridacollege as they continue to pursue their academic careers.

Family and friends watched as each student received his or her scholarship award. Becky McCoy, director of volunteer services atDelrayMedicalCenter, presented each winner with flowers and her congratulations as the entire room gave the students a well-deserved round of applause for their achievements and good character.

“We are so proud of our scholarship winners. I look forward to seeing what else these young men and women accomplish as they continue on to college and beyond,” she stated.

The funds for the Auxiliary Scholarship were raised at the 4th Annual Delray Medical Center Auxiliary Golf Tournament held on April 20 at Polo Trace Golf Club. A total of $24,000 was raised at the tournament and was then divided among the students. The Auxiliary Scholarship Fund provides scholarships and educational assistance to high school seniors who are children of Delray Medical Center employees and to qualifying teen volunteers.

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