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Alumni select award winners

Elaine Yang, Hathaway-Dickey Math Scholarship, $600

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The Lincoln Alumni Association announced the winners of its annual scholarships at the May Fete Assembly on May 11. Six seniors were honored with awards of varying amounts, with the largest scholarship – for $9,500 – still to be awarded at graduation.

“Since the Endowment Fund gave its first scholarship 10 years ago for $1,000, we have reached a higher goal than any one of us on the Committee thought or hoped would happen,” said David Perlman, a member of the Endowment Committee who graduated Lincoln in 1965.

“We have presented scholarships totaling over $130,000 to honor 55 young LHS students. These scholarships are presented for their leadership skills, community service and dedication to learning, and their desire to share what they learn with others.”

Bertha Hunter Language Scholarship,$9,500, to be announced at graduation.

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