Current Representative

The Distinguished Young Woman of Menifee County for 2020 is Angel Lawson, from Wellington .

Angel’s achievements include: Going to State for STLP • Being the second DYW for Menifee County • . • . • . • . • . • . • . • .

In addition, Angel’s activities include: STLP • DYW • . • . • . • . • . • . • . • .
Helped with the Mountain Memories Festival in Menifee County • . • . • . • .

The Distinguished Young Woman of Elliott County for 2020 is Audriana León, from Olive Hill.

Audriana’s achievements include: Kentucky Education Excellence Scholarship Money • High Honor Roll • National Honor Society • Area Health Education Summer Enrichment Program • Member of the Gifted Program • United States History Class President • Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship • 2016 Cheerleading Regional Championship winners • Health Researchers Youth Academy • Elected member of the Student Government Association

In addition, Audriana’s activities include: Track • Swim Team • Spanish Club • Creative Writing Club • National Honor Society • Y-Club • Student Government Association • FCCLA • FBLA • Art Club
Volunteering at the Community Soup Kitchen during the summer and on holidays • Volunteering at the Community Recycling Center • Working at the Arts and Eat festival in our town • Assisting teaching Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Classes • Working concessions for the Middle School basketball team

The Distinguished Young Woman of Rowan County for 2020 is Ansley Perryman, from Morehead.

Ansley’s achievements include: Yale Young Global Scholars, Summer 2019, Creative Arts & Media • NPR 2019 Student Podcast Challenge, top 40 of over 6000 U.S. entries • Governor's Scholars Program, Spanish Lang & Culture, 2019 • Speech team, two-time national quarter-finalist (top 24 in nation) • Speech team, thirteen-time state finalist (top six in state), 2016-19 • American Field Service, Vaya a América Latina Scholarship (merit) • Middlebury Languages Summer Spanish Academy, top 8 overall students • Univ of KY Confucius Institute, China Study Trip Scholarship, 2018 • Future Problem Solving, District and Regional Winners, 2017 and 2019 • Morehead Art Guild, four honorable mention awards in adult art show

In addition, Ansley’s activities include: American Field Service Semester Abroad, Chile, 2018 • Speech/Debate Team, 2012-2020; captain, 2019-2020 • Co-founder and president, Rowan Readers Book Club • Acting/singing roles in four high school theatre productions • Student Government Assoc, Director of Culture; 2016-2017, 2019 • National Honor Society, 2018-2020 • Academic Team, Future Problem Solving, 2016-2017, 2019 • RCSHS Choir, 2016-2020; Chamber Choir 2018-2020 • RCSHS Movie Club 2019-2020 • Middlebury Interactive Languages Summer Academy, Spanish, 2018
English Teaching and Assistance, Liceo Polivaliente San Nicolas, Chile • ACT tutoring in English, Reading and Science for numerous RCSHS students • Tutoring and translation assistance with Spanish-speaking students at RCSHS • Rowan County Arts Center, Children's Art Camp & First Fridays Volunteer • Rowan County Arts Center, Curator Assistant

The Distinguished Young Woman of Bath County for 2020 is Christina Grimes, from Owingsville.

Christina’s achievements include: 2019 Governor's Scholar • Student Body Representative Site Based Council • National Honors Society (Treasurer) • RCSHS February Student of the Month • Distinguished History Student • Roger's Scholar Alternate • High Honor Roll (2016,2017,2018,2019) • 61st All District Volleyball Team • Junior Graduation Marshall 2019 • Scholar Athlete of the Year (2015,2016)

In addition, Christina’s activities include: National Honors Society (Treasurer) • Varsity Volleyball Team • Kentucky Youth Assembly (Lobbyist) • Kentucky State Youth Convention Student Leadership Team • Piano • Girl-Up Club (Co-Founder) • Kentucky United Nations Assembly (Parliamentarian) • Peer Tutoring Program • Art Club • Spanish Club
Girl-Up Club • Johnson First Church of God Youth Group • Girl Scout World Thinking Day • Rowan County Blood Drive • RJ Corman Children's Christmas

The Distinguished Young Woman of Fleming County for 2020 is Summer Stevens, from Hillsboro.

Summer’s achievements include: N/A • N/A • N/A • N/A • • • • • •

In addition, Summer’s activities include: Concert Band member • Mary Kay Attendee • Intern at the Rowan Vet Clinic • Internship at Michael R. Gray Funeral Home
Volunteering at Prestonsburg Nursing Home from 2013-present • Volunteering evenings to help with the Mary Kay business • I spent 2 hours a day shadowing at Michael R. Gray Funeral Home for 3 months • I shadow at the Rowan Vet Clinic 2 hours a Day • Volunteering for Hope Week with Better Life Church

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