AUGUSTA — Amos Byron, vice president and trust officer at Kennebec Savings Bank, recently announced the Quirion triplets were awarded scholarships from The Benjamin Apthorp Gould Fuller and Harriet S. Williams Fuller Memorial Fund and The Horace Williams Memorial Fund. Each of these funds are administered by Kennebec Savings Bank’s Trust and Investment Management Department, which Byron leads.

The Quirion triplets, of Augusta, are 2014 Cony High School graduates.

Emily attends St. Joseph’s College in Windham, she is an exercise science major and plans to pursue a Ph.D. in physical therapy.

Hayley is in the nursing program at St. Joseph’s and would like to work in a neo-natal intensive care unit.

Lindsey is pursuing a degree in business management at the University of Maine in Orono.

Each recipient receives a $500 college scholarship per semester or $1,000 per year, and with continued good academic standing, can continue to receive these funds for all four years of college. Approximately 17 scholarships are distributed annually from these scholarship funds.

Kennebec Savings Bank is an $805 million state-chartered community bank, part of a mutual organization with a team of more than 120 employees and offices in Augusta, Waterville, Winthrop and Farmingdale as well as “KSB Anytime” 24-hour electronic banking centers in Manchester, Augusta and Farmingdale.