Distinguished Young Women of Crown Point will have its 27th annual program Saturday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. at Crown Point Central School. Participating this year are Taylor Booth, Natasha Burns, Michaela Comes, Alexandra Macey and Courtney Meachem.
Distinguished Young Women of Crown Point will have its 27th annual program Saturday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. at Crown Point Central School. Doors will open at 6:15 p.m.
Tickets for the program, formerly known as Junior Miss, are on sale at the Champlain National Bank and the Crown Point Central School office. Tickets are $7.
Five girls will compete for more than $2,700 in college scholarships and the chance to represent Crown Point at the state program at SUNY Albany Performing Arts Center Feb. 23, 2013.
Distinguished Young Women is a national scholarship program that inspires high school girls to develop their full, individual potential through a fun, transformative experience that culminates in a celebratory showcase of their accomplishments. Founded in 1958 in Mobile, Ala., it is the largest and oldest national scholarship program for high school girls.
The participates share the “Be Your Best Self” program with third grade girls, encouraging them to stay in school, lead a healthy lifestyle and live by moral and ethical principles.
During the past several weeks, the senior girls have been preparing to present the program.
Participating this year are Taylor Booth, Natasha Burns, Michaela Comes, Alexandra Macey and Courtney Meachem.
The junior class will present a fashion show featuring prom dresses and tuxes from the Fashion Corner in Port Henry. The program also has six third grade girls as part of the Little Sister program.
There will be many items, gift certificates and baskets that will be raffled off, donated by area business to sponsor the scholarship fund.
“The committee would like to thank everyone throughout the area that sponsor the program every year,” said Jill Spring, program chairwoman. “Thank you.’
For information or to donate call Spring at 597-3789.