Aaron named Distinguished Young Woman

From left, Sarah Hartley, Sydney Aaron, Madison Lambeth

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Sydney Aaron was named Escambia County Distinguished Young Woman 2022 at the program held Saturday, July 31, at Flomaton High School.
Sarah Hartley is First Alternate, and Madison Lambeth is Second Alternate.
Sydney attends W.S. Neal High School. She is the daughter of Jerry and Stacy Aaron. She plans to major in business management at Troy University.
Sarah attends T.R. Miller High School. She is the daughter of Wade and Susan Hartley. She plans to major in elementary education at Auburn.
Madison attends Flomaton High School. She is the daughter of Dan and Amy Lambeth. She plans to major in secondary education at Troy University.
DYW is a national scholarship program. Awards received by the young ladies carry a cash tuition value.
Awards presented Saturday night include the following:
Madison Lambeth – Be Your Best Self Essay Award – $150 cash tuition
Sarah Hartley – Spirit Award – $150 cash tuition
Sydney Aaron – Fitness – $225 cash tuition
Madison Lambeth – Self-Expression – $225 cash tuition
Madison Lambeth – Talent – $225 cash tuition
Sydney Aaron – Interview – $225 cash tuition
Sydney Aaron – Scholastics – $225 cash tuition (Carroll College four-year renewable scholarship of $19,000)
The following were also presented:
Sydney Aaron – Distinguished Young Woman of Escambia County – $975 cash tuition
Coastal Alabama Community College – full tuition and fees Presidential Scholarship totaling $13,284
Quincy College – $5,000 renewable four-year scholarship
Troy University – DYW Scholarship (to include $1,000 Study Abroad Scholarship) $3,500
University of Alabama at Birmingham – one-year stackable scholarship of $750
Sarah Hartley, First Alternate – $400 cash tuition
Madison Lambeth, Second Alternate – $300 cash tuition