Monica Boes, Chad Mostoller, Emily Motta, Candice Plott, Paige Shriver and Addison Thiery were awarded $1,000 scholarships by the Wyandot Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Boes, an Upper Sandusky resident, is a nursing student at Otterbein University.
Mostoller is a 2017 graduate of Upper Sandusky High School and will study physical therapy at the University of Findlay. The Upper Sandusky resident is the son of Bob and Jeannie Mostoller.
Motta is the daughter of Laura Motta of Carey. The 2017 graduate of Carey High School is enrolled in the nursing program at Cleveland State University.
Plott will study nursing at Marion Technical College. She is the daughter of Paul Plott of Carey and a 2017 graduate of Carey High School.
Shriver, Upper Sandusky, is attending Miami University to study biomedical engineering. She is a 2017 graduate of Upper Sandusky High School and the daughter of Tim and Tracy Shriver.
Thiery is a 2017 graduate of Mohawk High School planning to study occupational therapy at Ohio Wesleyan University. She is the daughter of Kevin and Beth Thiery of Sycamore.
The Wyandot Memorial Hospital Foundation awards scholarships each year to Wyandot County residents planning a career in healthcare. Members of the Foundation’s board review scholarship applications and select winners based on achievement, need, character and commitment to community.