ST.MARYS, Georgia: June 6, 2011– The Southeast Georgia Health System
Camden Campus Auxiliary recently awarded $1,000 scholarships to Camden
County High School seniors Holly Horton, Helen Clark and Toni Blake. All
three students have served as volunteens at the Camden Campus. The official
presentation was made at the Senior Scholarship and Award Night program
held at Camden County High School on May 17.
Horton, the daughter of Thomas and Jackie Horton of Woodbine, will attend
the Georgia Institute of Technology to pursue a degree in biochemistry.
Blake, the daughter of Katherine and Tony Blake of Woodbine, will attend
the College of Coastal Georgia as a nursing student. Clark, the daughter
of Lisa and Hubert Clark Jr. of Kingsland, will attend Harvard University
where she will study cultural (medical) anthropology, global health and pre-med.
The Camden Campus Auxiliary awards scholarships each May to Camden County
high school students who have been accepted full-time at an accredited
technical school, college, or university and who are pursuing a career
in health care. Applicants are considered based upon their letters of
recommendation, academic record, extracurricular activities, leadership
record, community service and answer to a short essay question. For more
information about the scholarships or about the Health System’s
volunteer or volunteen programs, please call 912-576-6405 or