Bastin crowned Distinguished Young Woman for 2022

Published 8:05 am Monday, September 27, 2021

Tinsley Bastin, daughter of Jim and Amy Bastin, was crowned Lincoln County’s Distinguished Young Woman Saturday night at Lincoln County High School.

First runner-up was Caroline Blakeman; second runner-up was Mayci Godbey; third runner-up was Bailey Story, and fourth runner-up was Melissa Pendleton.

The 14 young women who participated in this year’s competition are listed below, along with their parents’ names and talents for the competition.
• Tinsley Bastin, daughter of Jim and Amy Bastin, Gymnastics routine

• Caroline Blakeman, daughter of David and • Bridgett Blakeman, Piano

• Molly Boyle, daughter of Jeremy and Tracie Boyle, Vocal/Piano

• Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Amanda Smith and Brian and Sarah-Jane Fisher Brown, Vocal performance

• Haleigh Ellison, daughter of James Ellison and Regina Ellison, Monologue

• Mayci Godbey, daughter of Tim and Dayna Godbey, Piano

• Abby Lane, daughter of Darin and Diana Lane, Monologue

• Emma Lane, daughter of Jeffrey and Heather Lane, Sign Language

• Ally Lynn, daughter of Danny and Bridgette Lynn, Piano

• Melissa Pendleton, daughter of Waylon and Heather Pendleton, Monologue/Welding presentation

• Jayden Smith, daughter of Jason and Brittany Smith, Dance

• Anna Story, daughter of Don and Kristen Story, Dance presentation

• Bailey Story, daughter of Dan and Stacy Story, Speed painting

• Michaela Tracy, daughter of Amy Tracy and Michael Tracy, Piano