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Skyline Foundation Awards $3,000 in Scholarships

July 2013

Cimmera Armstrong
Cimmera Armstrong

Skyline Foundation recently awarded a total of $3,000 in scholarships to four women from Skamania and Klickitat counties, all aspiring to make a difference in the health care world. The four recipients of Skyline Foundation's annual Wayne M. Henkle, M.D., Scholarship are Cimmera Armstrong of White Salmon, Amy Schroeder of White Salmon, Angela Foley of Underwood, and Laurel Smith of Hood River.

Cimmera Armstrong graduated from Columbia High School with two years of college under her belt through the Running Start Program. Her goal is to become a radiology technologist. She confirmed her passion for the position after a job-shadow in Skyline Hospital's Diagnostic Imaging Department (she also spent numerous hours volunteering as a greeter at Skyline Hospital). She will be finishing up her pre-requisites at Columbia Gorge Community College in the fall. Cimmera was awarded $1,000.

Amy Schroeder
Amy Schroeder

Amy Schroeder is currently working part-time as a caregiver in Oregon while she attends classes at Columbia Gorge Community College. She discovered her interest in nursing while working as a housekeeper at Skyline Hospital. Her goal is to graduate from CGCC's nursing program with her Associate of Applied Science in Nursing and eventually go on to get her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Amy was awarded $1,000.

Laurel Smith
Laurel Smith

Laurel Smith is a registered nurse at Skyline. She works in the Emergency and Med Surg departments. She is in the middle of obtaining her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) because she wants to be the best nurse she can be. She wants to provide even better nursing care to our community's clientele and be a better mentor to other nurses and nursing students at Skyline Hospital. Laurel was awarded $500.

Angela Foley
Angela Foley

Angela Foley just graduated as an honor student at Columbia High School. She is a smart, determined young lady with a passion for a career in the medical world. She has wanted to be an oncologist ever since her mother was first diagnosed with breast cancer years ago. She will be attending Oakland University in Michigan this fall. Angela was awarded $500.

Skyline's Wayne M. Henkle, M.D., Scholarship is awarded annually each June. The scholarship provides educational funds to aspiring health care providers in Skamania or Klickitat counties. The Skyline Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable corporation dedicated to improving health care in Klickitat and Skamania counties by promoting financial support to Skyline Hospital and supporting events to improve community health programs and hospital services for the area.

Skyline Foundation Awards $3,000 in Scholarships

July 2013

Skyline Foundation recently awarded a total of $3,000 in scholarships to four women from Skamania and Klickitat counties, all aspiring to make a difference in the health care world. The four recipients of Skyline Foundation's annual Wayne M. Henkle, M.D., Scholarship are Cimmera Armstrong of White Salmon, Amy Schroeder of White Salmon, Angela Foley of Underwood, and Laurel Smith of Hood River.

Cimmera Armstrong graduated from Columbia High School with two years of college under her belt through the Running Start Program. Her goal is to become a radiology technologist. She confirmed her passion for the position after a job-shadow in Skyline Hospital's Diagnostic Imaging Department (she also spent numerous hours volunteering as a greeter at Skyline Hospital). She will be finishing up her pre-requisites at Columbia Gorge Community College in the fall. Cimmera was awarded $1,000.

Cimmera Armstrong
Cimmera Armstrong

Amy Schroeder is currently working part-time as a caregiver in Oregon while she attends classes at Columbia Gorge Community College. She discovered her interest in nursing while working as a housekeeper at Skyline Hospital. Her goal is to graduate from CGCC's nursing program with her Associate of Applied Science in Nursing and eventually go on to get her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Amy was awarded $1,000.

Amy Schroeder
Amy Schroeder

Laurel Smith is a registered nurse at Skyline. She works in the Emergency and Med Surg departments. She is in the middle of obtaining her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) because she wants to be the best nurse she can be. She wants to provide even better nursing care to our community's clientele and be a better mentor to other nurses and nursing students at Skyline Hospital. Laurel was awarded $500.

Laurel Smith
Laurel Smith

Angela Foley just graduated as an honor student at Columbia High School. She is a smart, determined young lady with a passion for a career in the medical world. She has wanted to be an oncologist ever since her mother was first diagnosed with breast cancer years ago. She will be attending Oakland University in Michigan this fall. Angela was awarded $500.

Angela Foley
Angela Foley

Skyline's Wayne M. Henkle, M.D., Scholarship is awarded annually each June. The scholarship provides educational funds to aspiring health care providers in Skamania or Klickitat counties. The Skyline Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable corporation dedicated to improving health care in Klickitat and Skamania counties by promoting financial support to Skyline Hospital and supporting events to improve community health programs and hospital services for the area.