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 Webster County participants for the Class of 2018.

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Hannah Brumfiel

High School: Webster County High School

College Preference: Campbellsville University

Career Goals: Medical Field

Talent: Pointe Ballet (The Blue Danube , by )

Alexis Durbin

High School: Webster County High School

College Preference: University of Louisville

Career Goals: Orthodontist

Talent: Monologue  (Coat Hanger Sculpture, by )

Leah Harley

High School: Webster County High School

College Preference: Western Kentucky University or Northern Kentucky U

Career Goals: Performing Arts and Humanities Education

Talent: Tap Dance  (Singing in the Rain, by )

Hannah Horn

High School: Webster County High School

College Preference: Liberty University

Career Goals: Photo Journalist

Talent: Clarinet (Fight Song, by )

Carrie McCormick

High School: Webster County High School

College Preference: University of Kentucky-Gatton College of Business

Career Goals: Entrepreneur

Talent: Monologue (Otter What?!?!, by )

Madelyn Mitchell

High School:

College Preference: Murray State University

Career Goals: Biology/Chemistry

Talent: Humorous Monologue (Monologue from "Tomorrow's Wish", by Wade Bradford)

Madison Stills

High School: Webster County High School

College Preference: University of Southern Indiana

Career Goals: Pharmacist

Talent: Vocal Performance (Hallelujah, by )

Jamie Winstead

High School: Webster County High School

College Preference: Campbellsville University

Career Goals: Physical Therapist Specialized in Sports Medicine

Talent: Monologue (A Dream Come True, by )

Jessica Winstead

High School: Webster County High School

College Preference: Berea University

Career Goals: Family Consumer Science Teacher

Talent: Playing the Ukulele (Hallelujah , by Self)

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