Fulton Savings Bank recently awarded two annual scholarships to Baker graduates Karlene Edinger and Lorne Mauldin.
Edinger, who will attend SUNY Oswego in the fall with an undecided major, received this honor as the highest-ranking graduating student from Baker High School that will attend SUNY Oswego. She will receive $500 per year for each consecutive academic year that she attends Oswego (maximum of four years), as long as she remains a full-time student. Edinger is the daughter of Karl and Barbara Anne Edinger.
Lorne, who will attend Cayuga Community College this fall majoring in sound/audio production, received his honor as the highest-ranking graduating student from Baker High School that will attend Cayuga Community College. Hew will receive $500 per year for each consecutive academic year that he attends CCC (maximum of two years), as long as he remains a full-time student. In addition, Lorne will be eligible for a $500 per year scholarship in his third and fourth years of college should he become a matriculated student at SUNY Oswego. He is the son of Bruce and Cynthia Mauldin.
This marks the 12th year that the community bank has offered these scholarships. The Fulton Savings Bank scholarship is offered to 20 students from 10 local high schools.