Church Women United provide scholarships to NCMC students

The local Church Women United organization has donated profits from the operation of the Trenton Thrift Shop to Allied Health students at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Six nursing students have been awarded $300 each to be used to offset the costs of their education.

Church Women United Provide Scholarships to NCMC Students
Pictured are, from left, Celia Vaughn, representing Grundy County Church Women United, Ashlin Nichols of Milan, Robin Dennert of Trenton, Teresa Cross, NCMC Director of Development, Jamie Kottwitz of Jamesport, Lacey Petrone of Trenton, and Margaret Ann Rice, representing Grundy County Church Women United. Not pictured: Anna Reeter of Trenton and Emily Vandever of Trenton.

Teresa Cross, Director of the NCMC Foundation & Director of Development, said “The NCMC Foundation appreciates everything Church Women United of Grundy County has done for our students through their gracious scholarships. We thank them for their continued support of NCMC and our students. In addition to these most recent scholarships, they have established an endowed scholarship through the Foundation that will benefit students for years to come.”