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South Pasadena Resident Among 2016 Distinguished Young Women

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Karlly Feng and Tatiana Karme-Scalisi were named Distinguished Young Woman of North Los Angeles County and Distinguished Young Woman of South Los Angeles County, respectively. Ms. Feng was also awarded the Overall Scholastics, Talent, Self-Expression and Fitness Awards. Ms. Karme-Scalisi was also awarded the Overall Interview and Fitness Awards. They will have the honor of representing Los Angeles County at the Distinguished Young Women of California competition July 24 and 25 in Bakersfield, CA. First Alternate was Melanie Yu of Glen A. Wilson High School and Second Alternate was Trexia Hernandez of Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies.

Tatiana Karme-Scalisi. - Courtesy Photo

Tatiana Karme-Scalisi. – Courtesy Photo

Tatiana Karme-Scalisi attends South Pasadena High School and resides in South Pasadena. She was awarded the Outstanding Photography Award at the California State Fair as well as First Place Overall in the Showstoppers National Dance Competition. In addition to being the Lifestyle Editor and Photographer for her school yearbook, she volunteers at Professional Child Development Associate and at Heart of Los Angeles. After graduating high school, Tatiana would like to study Media Production and Communications at the University of Texas, Austin or UC Santa Barbara.

Karlly Feng, Courtesy Photo

Karlly Feng. – Courtesy Photo

Karlly Feng attends Temple City High School and resides in Temple City. She has achieved an array of awards including First Place in Varsity Oratorical Interpretation, Carnegie Hall International Winners’ Recital, and is the San Gabriel Valley Pole Vault Champion of 2014. She is the Founder and President of Gavel Club, Vice President of Rubik’s Cube Club and member of the Quantum Physics Club, and is Co-Founder/VP of STEAM Club. She volunteers at the Arcadia Retirement Home. After graduating high school, Karlly plans to attend college at Brown, Yale or Boston University where she will study towards a career as a Computer Science Engineer.

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