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  • Dean and Linda Shira, at right, have enough room in their home in Fredericktown to host three Distinguish Young Women. Seated is Kelsey Minderman, Southern Butler County. Standing, from left, is Emily Collins, Madison County, and Alyssa Crow, Central Knox County. They along with the rest of the Distinguished Young Women and their host parents were guests of Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Monday evening. They heard a short talk by Amy Allen, 2002 Junior Miss, on how the program changed her life. She is a graduate of Mount Vernon Nazarene University. style=

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    Dean and Linda Shira, at right, have enough room in their home in Fredericktown to host three Distinguish Young Women. Seated is Kelsey Minderman, Southern Butler County. Standing, from left, is Emily Collins, Madison County, and Alyssa Crow, Central Knox County. They along with the rest of the Distinguished Young Women and their host parents were guests of Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Monday evening. They heard a short talk by Amy Allen, 2002 Junior Miss, on how the program changed her life. She is a graduate of Mount Vernon Nazarene University. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Mount Vernon resident Malaya Sherman, 9, displays some of the awards she has received over her cheerleading career. The fourth-grader at Pleasant Street Elementary has won six individual national championships. style=

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    Mount Vernon resident Malaya Sherman, 9, displays some of the awards she has received over her cheerleading career. The fourth-grader at Pleasant Street Elementary has won six individual national championships. (Photo by bd)

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