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February 19, 2014, 11:08 am

Virgil Shipley/News Rotarians Bob Gregg, left, and Steve Larcombe, right, were hosts to these Distinguished Young Women at Tuesday’s noon luncheon. From left is Leah Philipp, Greater Franklin County, and Kaylee Van Winkle, Greater Knox County.

Virgil Shipley/News Rotarians Bob Gregg, left, and Steve Larcombe, right, were hosts to these Distinguished Young Women at Tuesday’s noon luncheon. From left is Leah Philipp, Greater Franklin County, and Kaylee Van Winkle, Greater Knox County.

 

By , Staff Reporter
Mount Vernon News

MOUNT VERNON — The 2014 class of Distinguished Young Women continued their visits with local service clubs, having lunch Tuesday with the Mount Vernon Rotary Club at the Alcove Restaurant.

They had lunch with the Kiwanis Club Monday and will meet with the Soroptimist Club Thursday.

DYW State Chair Laura Szenas told the Rotarians how wonderful the support shown by Knox County has been in the 41 years it has hosted the program.

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The closing number for the Distinguished Young Women program is called “The British Invasion” in homage for the Beatles and other British music groups that exploded into the American music scene 50 years ago. The participants practice the dance moves to the number during a rehearsal Tuesday morning at the Memorial Theater. The program will be Friday and Saturday. Tickets are available at First-Knox National Bank.

Virgil Shipley/News The closing number for the Distinguished Young Women program is called “The British Invasion” in homage for the Beatles and other British music groups that exploded into the American music scene 50 years ago. The participants practice the dance moves to the number during a rehearsal Tuesday morning at the Memorial Theater. The program will be Friday and Saturday. Tickets are available at First-Knox National Bank.

 

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