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 Casey County participants for the Class of 2020.

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Rebekah Cochran

High School: Casey County High School

College Preference: Western Kentucky University

Career Goals: Become a speech language pathologist

Talent: Performing Arts/Singing (Animal Crackers In My Soup, by Shirley Temple)

Abigail Crew

High School: Casey County High School

College Preference: Eastern Kentucky University

Career Goals: Prosecuting Attorney

Talent: Musical Instrument; ukulele  (Somewhere Over the Rainbow , by Composed by Harold Arlen, lyrics by Yip Harburg. )

Mackenzie Cundiff

High School: Casey County High School

College Preference: University of Kentucky

Career Goals: Orthodontist

Talent: Performing Arts/ Singing (Rise Up, by Andra Day)

Lotte Gertler

High School: Casey County High School

College Preference: Private college

Career Goals: Accountant or teacher

Talent: Monologue (Dorothy monologue, by From the Wizard Of Oz)

Callie Hatter

High School: Casey County High School

College Preference: Somerset Community College or LWC

Career Goals: To either become a teacher or a neonatal nurse

Talent: Monologue (Rather Be a Man , by Joseph Arnone)

Anna Jones

High School: Casey County High School

College Preference: Lindsey Wilson College

Career Goals: Enhance Leadership Ability

Talent: Sign Language (To the Song: Glorious Day, by Casting Crowns)

Hanna McQueary

High School: Casey County High School

College Preference: Air Force Academy

Career Goals: Pilot

Talent: Monolouge ("Wishing", by D. M. Larson)

Destiny Rayborn

High School: Casey County High School

College Preference: Pensacola Christian College

Career Goals: Special Education Teacher

Talent: Monologue (Crazy Glue, by Joseph Arnone )

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