Oswego Players, Inc. Announce 2024 Marion Green Scholarship Winner

Each year, the Oswego Players, Inc. awards at least one scholarship to a high school senior who plans on continuing their education. Marion Greene was an avid Oswego Players’ supporter and was passionate about the local community. Each year, the Players identifies at least one graduating senior who exemplifies the qualities held dear by former members of the theater group. This year, the Marion Green scholarship has been awarded to Trinity Lannon of Hannibal. Marion Greene worked much of her adult life at Penfield Library. Marion was a living symbol of hard work and determination. It took her over ten years to get a degree in English Writing Arts from SUNY Oswego. One of her Senior Level classes at SUNY Oswego offered a play writing contest. She entered and won the competition. Marion gave the rights to Oswego Players to produce her play, “Club Murder” which performed to a sold-out audience. Marion never missed an Oswego Players show in over forty years. Trinity was the captain of her varsity cheerleading team, Senior Class Secretary, a member of Drama club, the secretary for Student Council, SADD and the Environmental Club. She intends on attending University at Buffalo to study English Adolescence Education in the Fall. Trinity is honored to receive the Marion Green Scholarship. Trinity would like to thank the Board of Trustees of the Oswego Players for their gift which will be applied toward her education.

OSWEGO – Each year, the Oswego Players, Inc. awards at least one scholarship to a high school senior who plans on continuing their education. Marion Greene was an avid Oswego Players’ supporter and was passionate about the local community. Each year, the Players identifies at least one graduating senior who exemplifies the qualities held dear by former members of the theater group. This year, the Marion Green scholarship has been awarded to Trinity Lannon of Hannibal.

Marion Greene worked much of her adult life at Penfield Library.  Marion was a living symbol of hard work and determination. It took her over ten years to get a degree in English Writing Arts from SUNY Oswego. One of her Senior Level classes at SUNY Oswego offered a play writing contest.  She entered and won the competition.  Marion gave the rights to Oswego Players to produce her play, “Club Murder” which performed to a sold-out audience. Marion never missed an Oswego Players show in over forty years.

Trinity was the captain of her varsity cheerleading team, Senior Class Secretary, a member of Drama club, the secretary for Student Council, SADD and the Environmental Club. She intends on attending University at Buffalo to study English Adolescence Education in the Fall. Trinity is honored to receive the Marion Green Scholarship.

Trinity would like to thank the Board of Trustees of the Oswego Players for their gift which will be applied toward her education.

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