Tommy Vaughn's hosts Snake River DYW

Kristen Godfrey explains the Snake River Distinguished Young Women program to guests at Tommy Vaughn's on Wednesday evening. Snake River Distinguished Young Women participants Kassidee Campbell (on left) and Abbie Tew were folding napkins at Tommy Vaughn's on Wednesday evening. Funds raised at this fundraiser will go to scholarships for the participants. Kristen Godfrey, Jordyn Phillips, Abbie Tew and Danielle Phillips helped clean this table at Tommy Vaughn's on Wednesday night to help raise money for scholarships that will be awarded during the Snake River Distinguished Young Women program.
By: 
LESLIE MIELKE
Staff Writer

The 13 Snake River Distinguished Young Women participants spent Wednesday evening at Tommy Vaughn's Grill to help raise money for scholarships that will be awarded during the SR DYW program on Saturday, April 14.
Lacey Secrist, SR DWY director, said, "This involves the whole community. It helps the girls get rid of their stage fright. Tyler Rupe, owner of Tommy Vaughn's, is so good to us."
Rupe said, "It's a really great, great cause. It's a fun night; we really look forward to it. The girls work really hard."
For the full story, read it in the Thursday, March 8, edition of the Morning News.

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