BREMEN — The Distinguished Young Women showcase is 7 p.m. Saturday in Bremen High School’s Bowen Auditorium.

Come to “The Greatest Show” provided by the Distinguished Young Women of Bremen Class of 2020.

Organizers have 10 participants competing for cash scholarships in the categories of scholastic achievement, public speaking, interview, physical fitness and talent.

All proceeds and donations go directly to a local scholarship fund.

Please come support the local talent, take part in the long standing Bremen tradition formerly known as Bremen’s Jr. Miss and enjoy the “The Greatest Show!”

The 10 contestants competing this year are Stephanie Capes, Victoria Cherrone, Riley Gilmer, Jasmine Gramm, Erin Hollett, Hailey Lierman, Makenzie Meister, McKenna Myers, Emily Smith and Shawna York.

According to Heather Dirrim, event organizer, the career goals for the contestants range from mortician to the culinary arts.

— Stephanie Capes

Career Goals: Nurse

Talent: Painting

— Victoria Cherrone

Career Goals: Culinary Arts

Talent: Color Guard Routine

— Riley Gilmer

Career Goals: Undecided

Talent : Vocal Performance

— Jasmine Gramm

Career Goals: Nursing

Talent: Contemporary Dance

— Erin Hollett

Career Goals: Social Worker

Talent: Vocal Performace

— Hailey Lierman

Career Goals: Physical Therapist

Talent: Color Guard Routine 

— Makenzie Meister

Carrier Goals : Dental Assistant and Licensed Cosmetologist

Talent: Pointe Ballet

— McKenna Myers

Career Goals: Mortician

Talent: Vocal Performance

— Emily Smith 

Career Goals: Physician’s Assistant

Talent: Flute Solo-Menuett

— Shawna York

Career Goals: Special Education/Musical Theater

Talent: Vocal Performance 

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