PITTSFIELD — Nine scholarships totaling $19,000 were announced June 2 and 7 on the graduation days of Maine Central Institute and Nokomis Regional High School, respectively, according to a news release from Sebasticook Valley Federal Credit Union.

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The Sebasticook Valley FCU Scholarship, a $1,000-$2,500 yearly award, was granted to Olivia Varney, Wyatt Robinson and Catherine Carter, all of Maine Central Institute; and Jacob Neumeyer of Nokomis Regional High School.

The Sebasticook Valley FCU George Lougee Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Evelyn Littlefield of Nokomis Regional High School, while the Douglas H. Nyman Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Abigail Roy, also of Nokomis.

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In memory of Christian Stein, a longtime educator in Maine School Administrative District 53 school, Matt and Dan Stein and Sebasticook Valley FCU sponsors the Stein Family Scholarship. This year’s recipient of the $3,500 scholarship, which encourages students pursuing a career in education, is Charlotte Hands of MCI.

The credit union also extends its support to its employees through dedicated scholarships. The Student Tellers Scholarship, awarding $1,000 annually, was granted to Colton Allen of MCI and Mackenzie Koenig of Nokomis Regional High School. This scholarship is for student tellers who complete their first semester and prove enrollment for the second semester.

Allen plans to study sports management at Southern Maine Community College. Koenig plans to study radiology at Eastern Maine Community College.


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