Littleton Regional Healthcare Auxiliary Awards Scholarships


Littleton Regional Healthcare scholarship winners include: from left, Elizabeth Andross, Sara Taylor, Shannon McGrath, Ashley Mundell, Brittany Favreau, Trisha Ford, Kayla Mardin and Brittany Leslie. Front in center are Marian Edmunds and Everett Aldrich, representing the LRH Auxiliary. Also receiving a scholarship was Patricia Ducharme.

LITTLETON, NH -- Littleton Regional Healthcare's Auxiliary awarded $10,000 through scholarships to four LRH employees and five high school seniors from Littleton High School, Lisbon Regional School and Profile School. All the individuals receiving a scholarship are working to further their education in the healthcare field.

Each year the LRH Auxiliary supports the efforts of health care providers or those entering or returning to school to further their health care careers by providing scholarships. All of the monies provided are raised through various fundraisers organized through efforts of the Hospital's Auxiliary.

The Auxiliary awarded scholarships to LRH employees: Elizabeth Andross, who is attending the University of Cincinnati; Ashley Mundell who is attending Plymouth State University; Brittany Leslie who is attending Southern New Hampshire University; and Patricia Ducharme who is attending the University of Maine.

High school seniors from Littleton High School include Brittany Favreau attending Mt. Ida College; and Trisha Ford attending Plymouth State University. High school seniors from Lisbon Regional School include Shannon McGrath attending the University of New Hampshire; and Sara Taylor, attending Mt. Ida. Profile School senior Kayla Mardin will attend Georgetown University.

Anyone interested in learning more about the LRH Auxiliary scholarship program is encouraged to call (603) 823-8558 or send an email to


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