Six members of the 2022 Camden Hills Regional High School senior class have been awarded scholarships by the Lincolnville Improvement Association. Recipients of the awards were selected on the basis of outstanding academic performance, school and community involvement, and financial need.

This year’s recipients are:

Lilianna Clement, daughter of Christine Buckley and Phil Clement
Tucker (Joon) Clement, son of Christine Buckley and Phil Clement
Isabella Kinney, daughter of Michelle and David Kinney
Dylan Morgenstern, son of Michelle and Sam Sommers and Michael Morgenstern
Allison Morse, daughter of Pam and Jim Morse
Mae Puntansu, daughter of Ian Putansu

The LIA raises the majority of its scholarship funds through the annual Blueberry WingDing, a popular Lincolnville Beach tradition since 2002, highlighted by a homemade blueberry pancake breakfast. This year’s event will be held Aug. 13 at the Lobster Pound on Route One.

2022 was the inaugural year of the LIA’s Legacy Scholarship program in which three of the organization’s scholarships honor longtime LIA members, Andy Andrews, Brian Cronin, and Robert Plausse for their significant contributions.

“We are gratified to be able to assist these exemplary young people in their college endeavors,” said Dan Leary, LIA president. “Our organization has a long history of helping local students via scholarships and believe there is no better way to give back to the Lincolnville community.”