The Distinguished Young Woman of Limestone County for 2018 is Jasey Black, from Athens.
Jasey’s achievements include: Senior Class President • Good Citizenship Award • Girls State Nominee • HOBY Representative • Alabama FFA State Treasurer • Alabama FFA State Prepared Public Speaking Winner • RYLA Representative • Limestone County Superintendent's Student Senate • Alabama Cattlemen's Keynote Speaker • Clements High School Title I Committee Student Representative
In addition, Jasey’s activities include: FFA • Beta Club • Key Club • Student Government • Student Senate • Alabama Cattlemen's Association • Scholar's Bowl • Junior Civitan (9th and 10th) • Limestone County Sheriff's Youth Advisory Council • Lads to Leaders and Leaderettes
Tornado Relief Effort (2014)
Tanner Special Needs Dance (Junior Civitan) • Semester Exam Project (Key Club)
Adopt-a-Spot Area Cleanup (Junior Civitan) • Family Resource Center Project
Vacation Bible School teacher • Farm Machinery Safety Day (FFA)
Christmas Service Project (Beta) • Caroling at the Nursing Homes