Kennebec Behavioral Health has announced its 2019 college scholarship recipients. This year, the following students will each receive a $1,000 scholarship upon successful completion of their first semester at their chosen college or university.
Local recipients include:
- Leah Allee, Cony High School, Augusta.
- Jenna Butler, Erskine Academy, South China.
- Brenna Saucier, Lawrence High School, Fairfield.
- Sydney Noonan, Skowhegan High School, Skowhegan.
- Aubrey Fossett, Waterville High School, Waterville.
- Dakota Estes, Winslow High School, Winslow.
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