WATERVILLE — Each spring, KFS awards scholarships to high school seniors who plan to attend college in the fall, according to a KFS news release.

This year’s KFS college scholarships will go to Cassidy Bowden, of Erskine Academy, who plans to attend Bay Path University to study forensic science; Kiley Drummond, of Erskine Academy, who plans to attend University of New Hampshire to study animal science; Natalie Corrigan, of Messalonskee High School, who plans to attend University of Maine at Farmington to study elementary education; and Alyssa Higbie, of Lawrence High School, who plans to attend University of Maine at Farmington to study elementary education.

Each student will receive $1,000.


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