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Hannibal Alumni Association awards scholarship



After a successful first semester at Cayuga Community College, Hannibal High School alumna Alexis Lathrop received a financial boost thanks to the Hannibal Alumni Association.

Lathrop recently received the association’s Shirley Chillson Cianfarano Memorial Scholarship. The award is given annually to a student who exemplifies characteristics that Cianfarano exhibited throughout her life in the Hannibal community.

“Shirley was dedicated to the community, had strength of character, pride of workmanship and was a leader,” said a scholarship chairperson. “Alexis exemplified these attributes that were so much a part of Shirley.”

Lathrop is currently studying adolescent education with a concentration in math.

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