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Press Release

2005-2006

 

January 23, 2006


Finalists for Cowley Homecoming royalty announced

 

Five women and five men have been chosen as finalists for Homecoming queen and king at Cowley College.

Voting for queen and king is being held online at www.cowley.edu until noon on Wednesday. The Homecoming dance is scheduled Thursday from 9 p.m. to midnight in the Brown Center’s Wright Room. Crowning of this year’s queen and king will take place at halftime of the men’s basketball game vs. Neosho County on Wednesday. The men’s game begins at 8 p.m.

Queen finalists and their sponsoring organization:

Ashley Colburn, Journalism Club; Kelsey Creed, Young Republicans; Ashley Bland, Student Government Association/Math and Science Club; Fernanda Domingos, volleyball; and Megan Schoenfeld, basketball.

King finalists and their sponsoring organization:

James Franklin, basketball; Joey Glenn, Campus Christian Fellowship; Brandon May, Ambassadors; Cameron Traxson, Education Club/track and field; and Brandon Burke, PAWS.

Following are brief biographies on each of the candidates in alphabetical order:

Queen candidates:

Ashley Bland of Ponca City, Okla. She is president of the Student Government Association, vice president of the Math and Science Club, vice president of Phi Theta Kappa, is a Student Ambassador, and is a member of Campus Christian Fellowship. She is a dental hygiene major who plans to transfer to the University of Oklahoma.

Ashley Colburn of Arkansas City. She serves as the Advertising Manager of the Cowley press. She is undecided on a major, and plans to transfer to either Wichita State University or the University of Kansas.

Kelsey Creed of Caldwell. She is the president of the Young Republicans Club. She is an education major who plans to transfer to Emporia State University.

Fernanda Domingos of Franca, Brazil. She is the co-captain of the Lady Tiger volleyball team, secretary of the International Students Club, and a member of the Black Student Union. She is an elementary education major who plans to transfer to a university to play volleyball.

Megan Schoenfeld of Manhattan. She is a member of the Lady Tiger basketball team and serves as a resident assistant in the dorms. She is a secondary education major who plans to transfer to a university to play basketball.

King candidates:

Brandon Burke of Newkirk, Okla. He is a member of PAWS, the Spirit Squad, Student Government Association, and is a Student Ambassador. He is a liberal arts major. His future plans include continuing his education in early childhood.

James Franklin of Overland Park. He is a member of the Tiger basketball team and the Black Student Union. He is a music composition/production major. His future plans include becoming a non-fiction writer and owning a music production company.

Joey Glenn of Wellington. He is a member of the Student Government Association, Campus Christian Fellowship, and the CC Singers. He is a Pre-Med major who plans to attend Cleveland Chiropractics College in Kansas City.

Brandon May of Arkansas City. He is a member of Student Ambassadors. He is a golf course management major who plans to transfer to Kansas State University.

Cameron Traxson of Cheney. He is a member of the Tiger track and field team, and is involved in the Nation Educators Program and Campus Christian Fellowship. He is an elementary education major who plans to transfer to Kansas State University.