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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