UPMC Hospital Auxiliary Presents Health Care Awards | News, Sports, Jobs
LOCK HAVEN – Five Clinton County High School high school seniors received $1,200 Health Care Awards to begin their college education in a health care field. The UPMC Lock Haven Hospital Auxiliary and Gift Shop sponsored the awards.
Those from Bucktail High School who received an award were Emma Poorman and Tristan Probst.
Emma, the daughter of Michael and DeAnna Poorman, will attend Penn State University where she will enroll in the nursing program.
Tristan is the son of Brian and Sandra Probst. He is also enrolled at Penn State, where he will be a pre-med major.
Central Mountain High School students who received awards were Emily Bartlett, Rachel Glossner, and Emily Short.
Emily Bartlett is the daughter of Beth and the late Tim Bartlett. She will attend Lock Haven University and study the Nursing Program (ASN).
Rachel, the daughter of Brad and Jennifer Glossner, will be studying the Nursing Program (BSN) at Lock Haven University.
Emily Short, the daughter of Wayne and Linda Short, will be attending Penn State University where she will major in Chemistry/Pre-Med.
Members of the Health Care Award Committee are Judy Carpenter, Mary Coploff, Treasurer; Sue Counsil, Susan Hanna, Emily Monoski, June Rodabaugh and Co-Chairs JoAnn Marcinkavage and Myla Magent.