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Nine scholarships presented by Marlborough Hospital Auxiliary to local students

Marlborough – On May 22, the Marlborough Hospital Auxiliary held their annual spring luncheon at the Epicurean Room at Assabet Regional Technical High?School and presented $700 scholarships to nine local students as they entered their chosen field of medicine.

They also presented?two checks to Ellen Carlucci of the hospital administration.?The first check was for $5,000 from the hospital gift shop which is run by the auxiliary and the second check for $2,500 from the auxiliary.

The scholarship winners were: Alexandra Johnson, Hudson High School, attending Mass. School of Pharmacy & Health; Cassidy Grace, Marlborough High School, attending UMass-Amherst; Margarite Vaccaro, Marlborough High School, attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Syifa Djunaedi, Algonquin Regional High School, attending the University of Connecticut; Julia Pitino, Littleton High School, attending UMass-Amherst; Evelyn Semenov, Algonquin Regional High School, attending Villanova University; Marc Deleppo, Hudson High School, attending Endicott College; Shirley Plucinski, Hudson High School, attending UMass-Amherst; and Ashley Lacroix, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, attending Fitchburg State University.

Outgoing President Barbara Sutherland thanked the auxiliary for the generosity and support of all the members, whose hard work and enthusiasm for the fundraisers made the gifts and scholarships possible. She welcomed new president Susan Weber.

The auxiliary is open to men and women. New members are always welcome. Information can be obtained at the Well Wishes Gift Shop at Marlborough Hospital, 157 Union St.?The next fundraiser will be the annual Flea Market Saturday, Sept. 6.

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