Photos by Auna Hoyle

Devyn Harding was named the 2019 Distinguished Young Woman of Teton County last Saturday evening in front of a crowd at the Teton High School. Harding won a $1,900 scholarship that evening. 

The other high school juniors who competed in the annual scholarship program included Joni Moyer, who was First Runner-up earning a $1,200 scholarship, Alison Bates, who was Second Runner-up earning a $1,000 scholarship, Rebekah Park, Janie Nelson, Maria Hernandez and Tawnie Douglass. 

The girls competed for $14,500 in scholarship prizes. Other winners included Rebekah Park, Devyn Harding and Janie Nelson in the fitness category; Joni Moyer, Devyn Harding and Janie Nelson in the interview category; Alison Bates, Joni Moyer and Devyn Harding in the scholastic category; Devyn Harding, Rebekah Park, and Joni Moyer for self expression; Maria Hernandez, Devyn Harding and Alison Bates for the Spirit award; Rebekah Park, Devyn Harding and Maria Hernandez for talent and Tawnie Douglass and Maria Hernandez were honored for DYW Be Your Best Self recognition.


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