MERIDIAN — The 57th annual Distinguished Young Women of Mississippi 2014 Program (formerly Mississippi’s Junior Miss) wraps up tonight at the Temple Theater for the Performing Arts at 8 p.m. Some participants are pictured here during rehearsal. The state contest is an official preliminary of the America's Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program, the oldest and largest scholarship program for high school junior girls of its type.
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