Littleton Regional Hospital Auxiliary Awards Scholarships To Area Graduates


Littleton Regonal Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship recipients include: from left, Melanie Childs, Marian Edmunds (Auxiliary Scholarship chair), Morgan Wentworth, Kaylee Champagne, Justin Quinn, Derek Roberts, Christina DePalma, Jaclyn Kleinschrodt, Dorothy Horne, Carrie Way (Auxiliary board member) and Teri Dimas (LRH). Patricia Ducharme, RN at LRH is also a recipient.

LITTLETON, NH -- Littleton Regional Hospital's Auxiliary awarded $10,000 through 10 scholarships to three LRH employees and seven seniors from Littleton High School, Lisbon High School and White Mountains Regional High School. All scholarship recipients are working to further their education in the healthcare field.

Each year the 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.

Receiving scholarships were LRH employees: Melanie Childs, who is attending classes at White Mountain Community College; Teri Dimas, attending Pima Medical Institute; and Patricia Ducharme, attending the University of Maine -- Fort Kent. Seniors from Littleton High School include Kaylee Champagne, who plans to attend Lyndon State College; Christina DePalma, attending Quinnipiac University; Dorothy Horne, attending Sacred Heart University; and Morgan Wentworth, attending Norwich University. Seniors from Lisbon Regional School include Justin Quinn, attending Wheaton College; and Derek Roberts, the University of New England. White Mountains Regional High School senior Jaclyn Kleinschrodt plans to attend Seton Hill University.

For more information about the LRH Auxiliary scholarship program, call (603) 823-8558 or email


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