ECU'S HOMECOMING KING, QUEEN TO BE CROWNED OCT. 9
Five finalists are in the running for East Central University's 2010 Homecoming king and queen.
ECU students will vote on Wednesday [OCT. 6] and the winners will be announced at the coronation at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 9 [SATURDAY] at Norris Field before the football game between ECU and the University of the Incarnate Word. Kickoff is at 6 p.m.
Finalists for the 2010 Aloha Homecoming queen and king at East Central University are Jessica McKennell (front row, from left), Kelsey Creed, Natalie May, Christina Moore, Danielle Tate and (back row) Jace Jenkins, Jomain McKenzie, Jordan Hearod, Matt Sweatt and Derek Reed. The coronation ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 9 [SATURDAY] at Norris Field. The Homecoming football game between ECU and the University of the Incarnate Word will kick off at 6 p.m
Finalists for Homecoming king are:
Jordan Hearod of McAlester is a senior majoring in biology. He represents the Student Association of Family & Consumer Sciences. He is the son of Dana Sandmann and Kevin Hearod.
Jace Jenkins of Fox is a junior majoring in business administration/management. He represents Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity and is the son of Ron and Mary Lu Jenkins.
Jomain McKenzie of Clarendon, Jamaica, is a senior majoring in mass communications. He represents Collage, the university's dance performance ensemble. He is the son of Colleen and Tanumeth McKenzie.
Derek Reed of Pauls Valley is a sophomore majoring in communication studies/musical theatre. He represents the Honors Student Association and is the son of Susan Reed and Toby Reed.
Matt Sweatt of Ada is a senior majoring in business administration. He represents the Business Club and is the son of John and Cindy Sweatt.
Finalists for Homecoming queen are:
Kelsey Creed of Ada is a senior majoring in music. She represents Collage, the university's dance performance ensemble. She is the daughter of Kelly and Vicki Creed.
Natalie May of Prague is a senior majoring in communication studies/speech teacher certification. She represents Chi Omega sorority and is the daughter of Vicki May.
Jessica McKennell of Ardmore is a sophomore majoring in communication studies/communication. She represents the Baptist Student Union. She is the daughter of Dama and Chuck McKennell.
Christina Moore of Frisco, Texas, is a junior majoring in business administration/marketing. She represents Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and is the daughter of Gary and Mary Moore.
Danielle Tate of Atwood is a senior double majoring in elementary education and business administration/management. She represents the Business Club. She is the daughter of Thad Tate and Marilyn Starts.
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Contact: Amy Ford
East Central University
Communications and Marketing
580-559-5650 or 405-812-1428 (cell)