Participants

Distinguished Young Women participants come from all walks of life, but they have one thing in common: the desire to succeed. Below are the Distinguished Young Women of Pike County participants for the Class of 2018.

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Sidney Armstrong

High School: Charles Henderson High School

College Preference: Undecided

Career Goals: Undecided

Talent: Dance - Clogging (Boogie Shoes, by KC and The Sunshine Band)

Abbie Barron

High School: Charles Henderson High School

College Preference: Undecided

Career Goals: Undecided

Talent: Multilingual Monologue 

Selena Ellis

High School: Goshen High School

College Preference: Troy University

Career Goals: Teach high school english, or physical therapist.

Talent: Clogging-Dance 

Melanie Ford

High School:

College Preference: Simon Fraser University

Career Goals: Federal Prosecuter

Talent: Piano (Sonatina in A Minor Op. 88 No. 3, by Friedrich Kuhlau)

Jordan Grice

High School: Pike Liberal Arts School

College Preference: Troy University

Career Goals: Veterinary Medicine

Talent: Acro Jazz Dance (You Can't Stop the Beat, by Various Artists - Soundtrack from the movie "Hairspray")

Caroline Kirk

High School: Pike Liberal Arts School

College Preference: Auburn University

Career Goals: Architect and/or Interior Architect

Talent: Sign Language Lyrical Dance (Oceans (Where Feet May Fail), by Hillsong United)

Anna May

High School: Pike Liberal Arts School

College Preference: Samford University

Career Goals: Major in Human Development & Family Science

Talent: Ukulele (Can't Help Falling In Love, by Elvis Presley)

Emma Strickland

High School: Pike Liberal Arts School

College Preference: University of Alabama in Huntsville

Career Goals: Nursing

Talent: Singing (Don't Rain On My Parade, by )

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