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College Receives $325,768 In Multi-Year Grants From Osteopathic Foundation

Scholarship winners assemble around a big check signifying the accumulated amount of donations Mineral Area Osteopathic Foundation has given to Mineral Area College, 2009 – 2017. The $325,768 worth of scholarships was provided to support students in the Associate Degree Nursing, Certificate in Practical Nursing, Fast-Track, Associate of Applied Science Degree in Paramedic Technology and the Associate of Science Degree in Radiologic Technology programs. MAOF is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization which promotes and improves the health of the people in its service area. MAOF Board Member Victoria Damba, D.O., (left) and MAC Dean of Career &amp; Technical Education Roger McMillian (right) got the opportunity to chat with current scholarship recipients during the assembly Sept. 25. The recipients were (front row from left): Kassandra Henson, Ironton; Faith Radosevich, Park Hills; Kaleigh Warren, Fredericktown; McKinsey Amonette, Farmington; Catrina Yancey, Fredericktown; Michaela P. Williams, Irondale; Megan Carnell, Park Hills (back row) Zach Dane, Bonne Terre; Matthew Wayne, Fredericktown; Alexandria Gibson, Fredericktown; Taylor Reed, Bismarck; Tiffany Thompson, Park Hills; Emilee Kay, Fredericktown. Not pictured: Amy Grebe, Bismarck; Madison Berkbigler, Perryville.</p><p class=

 ” width=”800″ /> Scholarship winners assemble around a big check signifying the accumulated amount of donations Mineral Area Osteopathic Foundation has given to Mineral Area College, 2009 – 2017. The $325,768 worth of scholarships was provided to support students in the Associate Degree Nursing, Certificate in Practical Nursing, Fast-Track, Associate of Applied Science Degree in Paramedic Technology and the Associate of Science Degree in Radiologic Technology programs. MAOF is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization which promotes and improves the health of the people in its service area. MAOF Board Member Victoria Damba, D.O., (left) and MAC Dean of Career &amp; Technical Education Roger McMillian (right) got the opportunity to chat with current scholarship recipients during the assembly Sept. 25. The recipients were (front row from left): Kassandra Henson, Ironton; Faith Radosevich, Park Hills; Kaleigh Warren, Fredericktown; McKinsey Amonette, Farmington; Catrina Yancey, Fredericktown; Michaela P. Williams, Irondale; Megan Carnell, Park Hills (back row) Zach Dane, Bonne Terre; Matthew Wayne, Fredericktown; Alexandria Gibson, Fredericktown; Taylor Reed, Bismarck; Tiffany Thompson, Park Hills; Emilee Kay, Fredericktown. Not pictured: Amy Grebe, Bismarck; Madison Berkbigler, Perryville.

 

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