Big winner in a little package

Posted: Wednesday, April 11, 2001

She's too young to know what she wants to be when she grows up, but Kimberly Schilling already has a good start toward a college education. Kimberly, the daughter of Shannon and Dave Schilling of Kenai, was selected by random drawing as the Year 2000 Baby for the central Kenai Peninsula and was awarded a $20,000 scholarship from the Morris Communications Foundation.

The contest was open to all babies born in 2000 at Central Peninsula General Hospital whose parents resided in the hospital service area. The contest was sponsored by the Peninsula Clarion in conjunction with Central Peninsula General Hospital.

From left, Marty Richman, chief executive officer of CPGH; Diana Zurul, president of the CPGH board; Gypsy Jolly, in-patient nursing manager, and nurse Brenda Larion join Dave and Shannon Schilling and baby Kimberly as Stan Pitlo, publisher of the Peninsula Clarion, presents the baby with a college scholarship.

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