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09-24-2012


Cumberlands Announces 2012 Homecoming Court

 


2012 Senior Homecoming Court representatives for King and Queen

Williamsburg, Ky. – University of the Cumberlands (UC) is pleased to announce the representatives of the 2012 Homecoming Court and the candidates for King and Queen.

The 2012 Freshmen representatives are: Anna Clayton and Ricardo Mascoso. Anna is a Psychology major and is the daughter of Michael and Karen Clayton of Bloomfield, KY. Her escort, Ricardo, is majoring in Business. He is the son of Ricardo Rocha and Fádia Moscoso of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The 2012 sophomore Homecoming Court representatives are: Melissa Peplinski, Charlotte Parent, Joseph Brinkman, and Kyle May.

Melissa is a Human Services major and is the daughter of Barbara and Ken Peplinski of Spokane Valley, Washington. Her escort, Joseph, is majoring in Business Administration. He is the son of Martin and Lisa Brinkman of Commerce Township, Michigan.

Charlotte is majoring in Exercise and Sports Science and is the daughter of Eric and Brigitte Parent of Braine-l’alleud, Belgium. Her escort, Kyle, is a Biology major and is the son of Tony and Carrie May of Lagrange, Kentucky.

The 2012 junior Homecoming Court representatives are: Jung Won Jo, Kaleigh Botill, Brandy Norman, Keontre’ Walker, Zachary Johnson, and Clay Cyrus.

Jung Won is an Elementary Education major. She is the daughter of Kyung Nam Jo and Chang Soon Do of Seoul, South Korea. She is hosted by her American parents Mark and Kathy Kendrick of Danville, Kentucky. Her escort, Keontre’, is majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Management Information System. He is the son of Rhoda Reese, and Eric and Stacey Robinson of Atlanta, Georgia.

Kaleigh is an Exercise and Sports Science major and is the daughter of Brant and Tina Botill of Corcoran, California. She is being escorted by Zachary. Zachary is a double major in Exercise Sports Science and Public Health. He is the son of Paul and Patricia Johnson of Ashland, Kentucky.

Brandy is majoring in Communication Arts and minoring in Journalism. She is the daughter of Doug and Ann Norman or Carlisle, Kentucky. Her escort, Clay is a Psychology major and the son Vivian and Stephen Cyrus of Morehead, Kentucky.

The 2012 Senior Homecoming Court representatives for King and Queen are: Sarah Rowe, Brittany Bostic, Marie Von Hertsenberg, Megan Fischer, Casey Pollite, Brendan Kelley, Cody Hurst, and Caleb Hetrick.

Sarah is a Biology and Secondary Education major and is the daughter of Janet Vanhook and Mark and Beck Rowe of Stanford, Kentucky. She is being escorted by Casey. Casey is majoring in Communication Arts and minoring in Psychology. He is the son of Denver and Kathy Pollite of Harlan, Kentucky.

Brittany is a double major in Public Health and Health Exercise Sports Science. She is the daughter of Larry and Debra Bostic of Jacksboro, Tennessee. Her escort Cody is a Biology and Secondary Education major and is the son of Jeff and Shelia Hurst of Williamsburg, Kentucky.

Marie is majoring in Art and minoring in Psychology. She is the daughter of Kevin and Terri Von Hertsenberg of Cincinnati, Ohio. Her escort, Brendan, is a Sports Management major and is the son of Pat and Sandy Kelly of Lexington, Kentucky.

Megan is an Elementary Education major and is the daughter of John and Karen Fischer of Dayton, Ohio. She is being escorted by Caleb. Caleb is a double major in Business Administration and Communication Arts. He is the son of Mike and Louetta Hetrick of Richmond, Kentucky.

The 2012 Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned during half-time of the Homecoming football game on Saturday, September 29.

For information on homecoming activities, please contact Alumni Services at 606-539-4355 or visit www.ucumberlands.edu.

Located in Williamsburg, Ky., University of the Cumberlands is an institution of regional distinction, which currently offers four undergraduate degrees in more than 40 major fields of study; nine pre-professional programs; twelve graduate degrees, including two doctorate, two specialist and eight master’s degrees; certifications in education; and online programs.