ECCC announces 2013 homecoming court
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 1:00 AM
Sophomore Kaylin Hopkins of Louisville will reign as queen during East Central Community College's Homecoming activities scheduled Saturday, October 12 on the Decatur campus.
Hopkins, a 2011 graduate of Louisville High School, and other members of the homecoming court were selected following recent campus elections.
Mary Margaret Bailey of Philadelphia was selected Maid of Honor. Bailey is a product of Philadelphia High School.
Sophomore maids and their respective high schools include Taylor Gressett of Newton County, Allie Killens of Saltillo and Payton Smith of Scott Central.
Freshman maids are ShaMyia Evans of Lake, Megan Robinson of Nanih Waiya, Nikki Triplett of Forest and Mallory Turner of West Lauderdale.
The homecoming court will be presented during halftime activities of the Warriors' football game with Miss.
Delta Community College, which gets under way at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 at Bailey Stadium.