Distinguished Young Woman program Saturday at Kimball
by TP staff
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Six girls who are high school juniors will compete Saturday evening for the title of Tracy’s Distinguished Young Woman.

The program, originally known as Junior Miss, will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Kimball High School auditorium, 3200 Jaguar Run.

Entrants will compete in a variety of events, including talent, physical fitness, academic achievement and public speaking.

The winner, who will enter statewide competition, and other entrants will receive scholarships from the sponsoring Kiwanis Club of Tracy, which has supported the event for the past 44 years.

This year’s participants:

• Jennifer Diaz, Tracy High School, who will play the guitar and sing.

• Nedah Basravi, Kimball High School, who will perform a Bollywood-style dance.

• Laurann Dong, Kimball High, who will play the flute.

• Catherine Speaker, Central Catholic High School, who will perform a jazz dance.

• Morgan Johnson, Kimball High, who will sing and demonstrate American sign language.

• Jacquelene Pham, Kimball High, who will play the piano and violin in a duet.

Co-chairs of the Distinguished Young Woman Program are Tammy Thompson and Patty Knapp.

Tickets, available at the door Saturday evening, are $12 for adults and $8 for students with school identification.

For information: Tammy Thompson, 629-2085; Patty Knapp, 815-1883

• Contact the Tracy Press at tpnews@tracypress.com or 835-3030.

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