Distinguished Young Woman Event Tonight 5 18 19

Pictured are the 2020 Distinguished Young Woman class. They spent the day earlier this month at Ronald McDonald House in Chattanooga.(Photo:DYW)

2020 Distinguished Young Woman will be named tonight at Bryan College

May 2019

Dayton, TN —  Fourteen young women will compete for the honor of being Distinguished Young Woman of 2020 and represent Rhea County at State Competition later in year.

Madeline Martinez, Maddie Taylor, Katie Harris, Brianna Wampler, Madilyn Adams, Saeri Goins, Ally Gentry, Madysen Iles, Keylee Morgan, Addie Cannon, Mikinna Quick, Isabella Urani, Ariel Matthew, and Maddie Smith are competing this year.

The 14 young women come together for this competition and will bejudged at various levels. The young ladies will be judged on interview 25%, scholastics 20%, talent 25%, self-expression 15% and fitness 15%. DYW is very important program for these young ladies. The experience and bonding that the young ladies go through during the competition is a very confidence building evolution.

Go watch the class of 2020 light up the stage at Rudd Auditorium at Bryan College!
Doors will open at 6:00pm on May 18th. Tickets: $10 and $5 for those 10 years old and under–tickets can be purchsed at the door. Program Books: $5,


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