Redlands Community Hospital Awards Scholarships to Student-Volunteers For Commitment to Service

REDLANDS, Calif. - Redlands Community Hospital recently awarded scholarships to four local high school students in the amount of $500 a piece for their commitment and dedication to volunteering through the hospital’s Auxiliary.

Autumn Wilson of Redlands High School contributed over 350 hours since joining in 2010; Morgann Caldera of Redlands East Valley High School volunteered over 250 hours since 2011; Kylo Cautivar of Loma Linda Academy contributed over 100 hours since joining a year ago; and Bailey Darkens of Yucaipa High School contributed over 300 hours since becoming a volunteer a year and a half ago. Cautivar and Darkens received scholarships directly through the Auxiliary.

Volunteers play a vital role in many areas including patient admittance, the gift shop, nursing units, pharmacy, information desks, emergency services, outpatient service areas, clerical areas and even lend a hand in fundraising through quilting and sewing.

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Redlands Community Hospital is an independent, not for profit, stand-alone hospital.

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