Five in running to be 2018 homecoming queen

RAYMOND – Hinds Community College celebrates Homecoming Thursday, Oct. 18 with the presentation of the Homecoming Court and naming of the queen during the halftime of the game between the Hinds Eagles and the East Central Community College Warriors. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. on Gene Murphy Field at Joe Renfroe Stadium on the Raymond Campus.

The Homecoming Court includes sophomore maids, front from left, Khaliah Anderson, of Vicksburg, representing the Raymond Campus; LaBrittany Daughtery, of Canton, representing the Raymond Campus; Amalita “Ami” Derrick, of Clinton, representing the Jackson-Nursing/Alllied Health Center; Deserae Dunbar, of Vidalia, La., representing the Vicksburg-Warren Campus; Julia Rester of Jackson, representing the Rankin Campus; Tikayla Rollins of Jackson, representing the Jackson-Academic/Technical Center; and Jasmyn “Jas” Bolar of Chicago, Ill., representing the Raymond Campus.

The Freshman maids are, back row from left, Antwinette McCloud, of Pearl, representing the Raymond Campus; Aarionna Dumas, of Columbus, representing the Raymond Campus; LaDonna Stigger, of Jackson, representing the Jackson-Academic/Technical Center; Kanajah Brown, of Canton, representing the Rankin Campus; Anaya Peoples, of Vicksburg, representing the Vicksburg-Warren Campus; and Donshalai Anderson, of Sawyerville, Ala., representing the Raymond Campus.

The women in the running for queen are sophomores Daughtery, Derrick, Dunbar, Rester and Rollins.

 

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