Lyme-Old Lyme students recognized by Shoreline Arts Alliance

The Guilford-based Shoreline Arts Alliance recently recognized several winners in its annual Scholarships in the Arts program.

Students honored in seven categories received a $1,000 scholarship to continue their arts education.

Lyme-Old Lyme High School students Jane Scheiber (winner, creative writing), Sophia Griswold (instrumental music, special recognition), and Alex Williams (winner, Jeffrey Dobbs Scholarship for Excellence in Painting) received scholarships from the alliance at the Scholarships in the Arts Top Talent Showcase on Tuesday, May 14.

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