The 2013 Distinguished Young Women Program will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday in Westminster College’s Orr Auditorium. Tickets will be available at the door. Here's your chance to meet all of this year's contestants.
Katelyn Taylor Burrelli
Parents: Mark and Julie Burrelli
Sarah Elizabeth Bailey
Parents: Michael and Shelley Bailey
Justina Nicole Chin
Parents: Jaimi and Judy Chin
Kimberly Renee Clark
Parents: Brian and Karen Clark
Shelby Lynn Everetts
Parents: Beth Riedel, Michael Everetts
Carly Taylor Gabriel
Parents: Vahe and Roseann Gabriel
Amanda Marie Granta
Parents: Joseph M. Granata, Janet M. Granata
Geena Marie Haybarger
Parents: Joey and Angela Haybarger
Ciara Danielle Irwin
Parents: Dan and Sandy Irwin
Kayla Michelle Magusiak
Parents: Rob and Cheri Walker
Francesca Marie Mastrangelo
Parents: Lou Mastrangelo, Mary Ann and Charles Houlette
Macy Alexandra McBeth
Parents: Jeff and Karen McBeth
Dannin Renee McClenahan
Parents: Richard and Danyel Eckert
Anna Lee Miller
Parents: Don and LeeAnn Miller
Gina Marie Morgan
Parents: Michael and Lisa Morgan
Jenna Elizabeth Natale
Parents: Anthony and Joni Natale
Brittney Lynn Nocera
Parents: Billy and Jodi Nocera
Logan Esther Petrak
Parents: Jay and Patti Petrak
Jenna Marie Richardson
Parents: Randy and Lisa Richardsson
Kristina Marie Riggans
Parents: Randall and Kimberly Riggans
Emily Rose Sanchez-Parodi
Parents: Dr. Milton and Linda Sanchez-Parodi
Allison Faith Schaubroeck
Parents: Shawn and Cami Schaubroeck
Jessica Faith Schultz
Parents: Tim and Linda Schultz
Alexandria Nicole Speis
Parents: John and Amy Speis
Rebeccah Z. Swerdlow
Parents: David and Milagros Swerdlow
Alyssa Maria Trocci
Parents: Dennis and Marcia Trocci
Samantha Rose Valenti
Parents: Mark and Susann Valenti
Shannon Lynn Verlotte
Parents: Brett and Connie Verlotte
Parents: Dr. Paul and LeeAnn Wawrzynski
Courtney Nicole Wolfe
Parents: Jeff and Karen Wolfe
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Local youths team up with His Hands Ministries to do home repair for those who can’t afford it
Area youth from various Lawrence County churches started lending a helping hand Wednesday to residents in need. The annual Lawrence County Youth Ministries service event brings together students and adults for three days of volunteering. It is part of His Hands Ministries, an initiative involving local churches and volunteers who split into work groups to perform home improvement tasks for elderly and low-income homeowners in the community.
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