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CCHS senior competes at DYW state

February 15, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City High School senior, Michaela Thomas, will be competing at the state level of the Distinguished Young Women Program (DYW), formally known as Junior Miss. Thomas’ name replaces 2011 winner, Cassandra Petrie.

Pamela Thompson, co-coordinator of the Whitley County franchise of the DYW, will join Thomas on her trip to Kokomo as she becomes the county’s 48th representative to attend the competition.

“She is a joy to work with,” said Thompson.

A send off party for will be held for Thomas at Columbia City High School this Friday at 3:30 p.m. Thomas will spend the week in Kokomo and return Feb. 26.

For more information on DYW, call Pam Thompson at 244-7467.
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