Current Representative

The Distinguished Young Woman of Wilcox County for 2019 is Anna Stoudenmire, from Camden.

Anna’s achievements include: Beta Club • Class Chaplain • ACE participate • Honor's Day Medal Winner • Yearbook editor • • • • •

In addition, Anna’s activities include: Annual Staff • Piano • Babysit • Youth Worship Band
Camden Baptist Church nursery volunteer • Camden Baptist Church nursery committee • Christian Way Community Service project

The Distinguished Young Woman of Talladega County for 2019 is Elizabeth Dickson, from Sylacauga.

Elizabeth’s achievements include: Alabama Girls State Elected Governor • Future Business Leaders of America - Elected Alabama State Secretary • 2nd Place FBLA National Winner - Community Service Project (2017) • 1st Place FBLA State Winner - Community Service Project (2017) • Participant in the Duke of Edinburg Award • National Honor Society • Local Representative - Prudential Spirit of Community Awards • Miss Syhiscan (2018) • Sylacauga Student of the Month - Three Time Recipient • Junior Representative for Superintendent's Student Advisory Council

In addition, Elizabeth’s activities include: Teacher/Choreographer for Southern Dance and Performing Arts - 3 years • President - Sylacauga Future Business Leaders of America • Founder/President of Sister for Sister Mentoring • On Air Personality - Aggie News Network and Sylacauga Christmas Parade • Vice President - Sylacauga Student Government Association • Yearbook Editor/Video Producer and Editor - Sylacauga Journalism • Producer of the Get Healthy Talladega County Video Series Curriculum • Community Service Chairman - Sylacauga Freelancers • Dance Captain, Lead Soprano, and Choreographer for SHS Show Choir • Google Trainer - Sylacauga City Schools Foundation
Over 800 volunteer hours dedicated to teaching youth dance and fitness. • Volunteered with over twenty community organizations. • Created personal platform "Mentoring Matters." • Helped fundraise over $6,500 for the March of Dimes Foundation in the past year. • Hosted multiple fundraisers for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.

The Distinguished Young Woman of Perry County for 2019 is Isabella Dee, from Aliceville.

Isabella’s achievements include: Highest Academic Class Average 9-11th Grades • Girls State Attendee • Capstone Leadership Academy Attendee • Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Attendee • • • • • •

In addition, Isabella’s activities include: Varsity Majorette • Student Government Association • Varsity Scholars Bowl Team • Varsity Math Team • Church Youth • Rural Health Scholars • Student Academic Organization
Church Volunteer Work • Local Nursing Home Volunteer • Can-a-thon Drive Volunteer • Local Library Volunteer • Babysitter/Nanny

The Distinguished Young Woman of Blount County for 2019 is Katelyn Calverley, from Oneonta.

Katelyn’s achievements include: Tennis Section Winner 2017 • All-State Choir 2018 • Overall Pi City Art Winner 2018 • Piano Festival Superior rating 2017 • A/B Honor Roll 2018 • Tomahawk pageant congeniality 2018 • Tomahawk pageant photogenic 2018 • Tomahawk pageant class beauty 2018 • •

In addition, Katelyn’s activities include: Art • Piano • Tennis • Choir • Swimming
Charity Cancer 5k run • World Challenge Africa • Nursing home piano playing and caroling

The Distinguished Young Woman of Etowah County for 2019 is Kennedy Carter, from Rainbow City .

Kennedy’s achievements include: Freshman Student of the Year • LEO Club Officer • Senior Class President • Key Club Officer • NHS Vice President • ASTRA All-Girls Club • FCCLA Etowah County Beef Cook-Off 3rd Place • American Legion Auxiliary Alabama Girls State Delegate • Southside High School Panther Ambassador • JSU Emerging Leaders Delegate

In addition, Kennedy’s activities include: PRIDE of Southside Colorguard • Spina Bifida Awareness Bowl-A-Thon • Yearbook Editor • ASTRA All-Girls Club • Wind Ensemble Percussionist • Key Club • FBLA • LEO Club • SADD Club • FCCLA Officer
Big Brother/Big Sister Mentor 275 hours • ASTRA, Key Club, FCCLA, FBLA community volunteer 40 hours • Steps for Stef 5K 5 hours • Southside/John Jones Elementary Spring Fling/Fall Festival volunteer 42 hours • LEO Club school sponsored blood drive 10 hours

The Distinguished Young Woman of Pike County for 2019 is Lydia Harrison, from Troy.

Lydia’s achievements include: National Honor Society Member • Dean's List at Enterprise State Community College • Honor Roll Student • National Honor Society of High School Scholars • Phi Theta Kappa Member • Highest GPA Spring Semester- Business and Finance Academy • Pike County Junior Chamber of Commerce Ambassador • Girls State Delegate • PowerSouth Youth Tour Representative • Hugh O'Brien Leadership Delegate (HOBY)

In addition, Lydia’s activities include: Varsity Softball • Varsity Volleyball • Performance Clogging Team • Business and Finance Academy Member • FBC Troy Member and Youth Group Participant • Future Business Leaders of America Member • Student Government- Jr. Class President
Pike County Special Olympics Buddy • Turkeys form Heaven Volunteer • Missions Team Member (local, national, and international) • Samaritan's Purse Volunteer • SOS Animal Adoption Center Volunteer

The Distinguished Young Woman of Tallapoosa County for 2019 is Lauren Watts, from Alexander City.

Lauren’s achievements include: National Honors Society • All A Honor Roll • National "I Dare You" Leadership Award • Capstone Leadership Academy Participant • Cheer Captain • UCA All American • UCA Staff Bid Recipient • • •

In addition, Lauren’s activities include: Varsity Cheerleader • Barbara's Studio of Dance for 15 years • FUMC Youth Member • Student Government Association • Key Club • Junior Ambassador • Fellowship of Christian Athletes • Appalachian Service Project Mission Team • Volunteered as Counselor at Children's Harbor Camp • Volunteered at Lake Martin Area United Way
Each summer I volunteer at Children's Harbor Camp as a counselor. • I have volunteered at the Lake Martin Area United Way many times. • I have volunteered at the Salvation Army in Alexander City. • I have volunteered to cheer at pep rallies at Bill Nichols State Veterans Home.

The Distinguished Young Woman of Marengo County for 2019 is Sue Ellen Broussard, from Faunsdale.

Sue Ellen’s achievements include: Student Government Association President • National Honor Society President • Alabama Girls State Representative • All State Drama Cast • Scribbler's Club President • Jr. Miss Christmas on the River • Volleyball Most Improved • All A Honor Roll (6 Consecutive Years) • Miss Southern Academy • School Newspaper Editor

In addition, Sue Ellen’s activities include: Greensboro Baptist Church Youth • Cast of Canebrake Players (9 to 5: The Musical) • Varsity Tennis Captain • Local Disaster Relief Coordinator • Varsity Volleyball Captain • Project Horseshoe Farm Volunteer (local support program) • Drama Club • Dance Team Captain • Yearbook Staff • Fellowship of Christian Athletes Member
President of community service club (Scribbler's Club) which does many projects • Greensboro Baptist Church's VBS Kitchen Supervisor (five consecutive years) • Consistant blood donor (twice a year since 2017) • Disaster relief project organizer within my school and community • Currently organizing community-wide, self-defense class

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