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Updated: 05/12/2018 08:30:00AM

Lemon Bay High seniors earn $700,000 in scholarships

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The Manta Award is presented to Madison Ragazzone by Darrell and Kathy Roach.

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Michael Ainsworth, right, receives recognition for his appointment to West Point. Martin Bowling, USMA Class of 1968, USMA Admissions Field Force Representative for Florida Congressional Districts 16 and 17, presents Ainsworth with his certificate.

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The Beth Johnston Memorial Scholarship is presented by Ed Johnston and Susan Franklin to Francesca Gallucci.

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Sarah Bedford and Ana Beltran Heredia are presented scholarships by Randall Breit from Lifetouch Yearbook.

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Mary Jo Holleran is presented a lifetime Manta Award by principal Bob Bedford for her years of dedication and work at Lemon Bay High School.

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The Englewood Florida Chamber of Commerce Scholarship is presented by Keith Farlow and Brian Faro to Hyasha Crumpton and Austin Fogo.

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Hannah Amen, Samantha Cahill, Tyler Caron, Noelle Futch, Kaitlin Perez and Rayne Wells receive the Boca Grande Women's Club Scholarship.

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The Ryon D. Provencher Memorial Scholarship is presented by Jane Bengtson and Matthew Smith to Sarah Bedford, Tyler Caron, Kellie Conlon, Hyasha Crumpton, Francessca Gallucci, Justin Hinck, Lauren Maheu, Tara Quinn, Warnner Rincones, Madison Schuh and Colin Sweeny.

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The John and Caroline R. Breuggeman Scholarship is presented by Connie Breuggeman to Katelyn Hackett, Justin Hinck, Jada Newell, Haleigh Niles, Valerie Pappalardo, Warnner Rincones and Jordan Schneider.

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The Joe Monroe Memorial Scholarship is presented by Linda, Traci, and Sidney Monroe to, from left, Adriana Basile, Tyler Caron, Elizabeth D'Amico and Vivian Lin.

By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH

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ENGLEWOOD — It’s the $10 raffle donations, the $5 fee at the ice cream social or $50 golf tournament registration that adds up each year. Before long, local civic groups raise enough money to give $1,000 scholarships to Lemon Bay High School’s graduating seniors.

Members representing dozens of nonprofits, businesses, churches and foundations took their turns on the stage and presented scholarships to many of the 329 graduating seniors of the LBHS class of 2018.

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