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NNU announces Homecoming Court

January 8, 2009, 9:26 am
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Northwest Nazarene University is pleased to announce the 2008-2009 Homecoming Court. Nominees are voted upon by the student body and have representatives from each class.

The 2008-09 court is: Freshmen princess Heather Pence (Shoreline, Wash) and prince Ryan Mangum (Battle Ground, Wash.); Sophomore princess Ariel Glover (Star, Ida.) and prince David Reimer (Whitefish, Mont.); Junior princess Miriam Reardon (Grangeville, Ida.) and prince Seth Clark (Grangeville, Ida.); Senior princesses Kari Penrod (Kalispell, Mont.) and Dani Wilson (Boise, Ida.) and princes Robert Poe (Nampa, Ida.) and Seth Waltemyer (Soldatna, AK.). The Homecoming king is Dax Wandling (Prosser, Wash.) and the queen is Hannah Beers (Yardley, Penn.). Three senior men and three senior women are chosen for the court, and from those, one pair is crowned king and queen.

Wandling is a public communication major and political science minor. He plans on attending the University of Washington and studying for an MA in political communication or a Masters of Public Administration after he graduates from NNU. Beers is a double-major in political science and public communication, with a minor in Spanish. She plans to enter humanitarian work or attend law school.

For more information on NNU, contact interim director of marketing Ashlee Jerome atAEJerome@nnu.eduor by calling (208) 467-8531.


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