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Riga teen wins honors in Distinguished Young Women program


Posted on December 10th, by Marcia Loader in News. Comments Off

Olivia Miller, Riga, a Blissfield High School senior, was named first runner-up Saturday in the Distinguished Young Women of the Irish Hills Scholarship Program hosted at Onsted High School. She competed with 10 other young women in scholastics, interview, performing arts talent, physical fitness routine and self-expression.

As first runner-up, she will advance to the state finals where more than $10,000 will be awarded in scholarship dollars. She won the scholastic, academic, self-expression, talent and be-your-best-self essay.

She is the daughter of Les and Cindy Miller, and presented a vocal selection for her talent.

The winner was Kylie Commet from Napoleon High School.Olivia Miller, Riga, a Blissfield High School senior, was named first runner-up Saturday in the Distinguished Young Women of the Irish Hills Scholarship Program hosted at Onsted High School. She competed with 10 other young women in scholastics, interview, performing arts talent, physical fitness routine and self-expression. As first runner-up, she will advance to the state finals where more than $10,000 will be awarded in scholarship dollars. She won the scholastic, academic, self-expression, talent and be-your-best-self essay. 





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