FARMINGTON – Franklin Savings Bank’s Community Development Foundation has granted $34,000 in scholarships to 10 local scholars.

The 2007 Franklin Scholars are:

Mt. Blue High School

Sandra Moloney, daughter of William and Joanne Moloney of Farmington, who will be attending Bryant University in the fall to major in marketing.

Kevin Averill, son of David and Sandra Averill of Farmington, who will study business management at Thomas College.

Mt. Abram High School

Kylie Shaw, daughter of Sonya Dearborn and Greg Shaw of Kingfield, who will study Spanish/international business at the Kalamazoo College.

Livermore Falls High School

Mark O’Shea, son of Dan and Annie O’Shea of Livermore, who will study business at Union College in Schenectady, NY.

Jay High School

Isaac LeBlanc, son of John and Michelle LeBlanc of Jay, who will study sports management at Thomas College.

Rangeley Lakes Regional School

Krista Brackett, daughter of Kelly and Barry Brackett of Dallas Plantation, who will study business administration with a minor in poly food science and nutrition at the University of Maine at Orono.

Mountain Valley High School

Kristy Drouin, daughter of Arthur and Yvonne Drouin of Rumford, who will study accounting at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Dirigo High School

Amy Gould, daughter of Mark and Cindy Gould of Dixfield, who will study nonprofit business administration at Huntington College.

Other scholars are Nicole Ames, a graduate of Skowhegan High School, and Dena Richard, a graduate of Madison Area Memorial High School.

Scholarships from the Franklin Savings Bank Community Development Foundation were awarded to students who plan to attend a four-year college with studies concentrating in accounting, finance, marketing, management, computer sciences or other business related courses.

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