AUBURN — The Androscoggin Valley Board of Realtors awarded scholarships to four students at Central Maine Community College at a breakfast meeting hosted by the organization.

Spencer Robinson of Mechanic Falls, a student in the Precision Machining Technology program, has earned President’s Honors, the highest award at the college. Robinson will pursue an advanced certificate in machining at CMCC after he completes his associate degree in May.

Adam Sawyer of Greene has earned high honors in the Network Security/Computer Forensics program. After CMCC, he plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in cyber-security at the University of Maine at Augusta.

Therese Turmel of Lewiston is an honors student in the General Studies program. She hopes to continue her education as a secondary education major, at the University of Maine at Farmington.

Fanie Wabwende of Auburn has earned high honors in the Life Sciences program at CMCC. After she graduates from CMCC, Wabwende plans to transfer to the University of New England to pursue a graduate degree in pharmacy studies.

From left are Roger Philippon, Dean of Planning and Public Affairs at CMCC, scholarship recipients Fanie Wabwende, Spencer Robinson, Adam Sawyer and Therese Turmel, and Kelly Pitman, president, AVBOR.

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