Talula Belle Scott Competing for state title

Talula Belle Scott of Fort Payne is in Montgomery this week representing DeKalb County in the Distinguished Young Woman of Alabama scholarship pageant. Talula Belle is a senior at Fort Payne High School. Founded in 1958 in Montgomery, Distinguished Young Women (formerly known as Junior Miss) is the largest and oldest national scholarship program for high school girls. Each year the program makes over $1 billion dollars in scholarships available. The winner of the state competition will advance to the national finals.

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