3 vie for DYW title

News Staff Report

Three young ladies are vying for the title and college scholarships in the Escambia County Distinguished Young Women, a national scholarship program, which will be held Saturday, July 31, 6:30 p.m., Flomaton High School auditorium (note change of venue from Coastal Alabama Community College in Brewton). Tickets and programs will be available at the door. Tickets will be $10 and programs will be $10.
Distinguished Young Women was formerly known as Junior Miss. It is a scholarship program, rather than a pageant.
Vying for the title are the following:


Sydney Aaron
High school: W.S. Neal High School
Career goals: Business Management
College choices: Troy University
Activities and honors: W.S. Neal Drum Major (2019-20)(2020-21)(2021-22); Key Club; Yearbook; FFA String Band (2018-19)(2019-20); W.S. Neal Concert Band; Light Student Ministry; FBCEB Adult Choir
Talent: Vocal and Dance Performance
Selection: Vocal and Dance Performance


Sarah Hartley
High school: T.R. Miller High School
Career goals: Elementary Education Teacher
College choices: Auburn University
Activities and honors: National Honors Society; SGA Treasurer; T.R. Miller Colorguard; Diamond Dolls; Spanish Club; Pep Club; First Presbyterian Church Choir; SGA Class Representative (10th and 11th); Employed at Chaos Concession Stand; First Presbyterian Church Youth Group
Talent: Flag Routine
Selection: Shutup and Dance With Me


Madison Lambeth
High school: Flomaton High School
Career goals: secondary history teacher
College choices: Troy University
Activities and honors: ballet; tap; jazz; baton; Starz dance team; jazz band; marching band; concert band; majorette; writer
Talent: Baton Routine
Selection: Proud Mary