PMC Auxiliary Awards 20 Scholarships



The Parrish Medical Center Auxiliary awarded 20 scholarships of $1,000 each to high school and college students for the 2010–2011 school year. Recipients live in the North Brevard County Hospital District and are pursuing a career in a health-related field.  This year’s scholarship winners were:

  • Astronaut High School: Matthew Bahr, Danae Meyer
  • Space Coast Jr/Sr High School: Alexis Hutchison
  • Titusville High School: Rachel Baird, Cynthia Boger, Monica Cavallero, Mitzy Gonzalez, Reanne Graves, Amanda Holloway (dual-enrolled in Brevard Community College), Sara McLaughlin, Catherine Norris, and Eileen Tran.
  • Home Schooled/Brevard Community College: Abby Hamilton
  • Brevard Community College: Spencer Alden, Stephanie Greer, Nicole Jordan, David Morse
  • University of Central Florida: Amyleigh Ball
  • Valencia Community College: Sarah Maynard
  • University of Florida: Alexandra Parrish
The Parrish Medical Center Auxiliary is a volunteer organization with more than 350 adult and teen volunteers. Auxiliary members give their time and talents throughout Parrish Medical Center and its off-site facilities, and they administer the Pink Angel Gift Shop.
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