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2014-2015

 

February 12, 2015

 

Finalists for Cowley Homecoming royalty announced

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

Crowning of this year’s queen and king will take place at halftime of the men’s basketball game vs. Neosho County on Feb. 25. The men’s game begins at 7:30 p.m. The Homecoming Dance will follow at 9:30 p.m. in the Earle N. Wright Community Room.

This year’s Homecoming theme is “Tigers Got Talent, Keeping it Real at Cowley”. Homecoming activities will run Feb. 23-25 and will consist of a Cowley Movie Jeopardy, Cowley Cuisine (Iron Chef), Cowley Clips, Spirit Banner decorating contest, and Dorm Door decorating contest for bonus points.

The winning group/organization will be awarded $100 and the annual Homecoming Sweepstakes trophy.

Queen finalists are, Holly Landis, Jazmin Lara, Breanna Leake, Addie Wiley, and Kandice Wright.

King finalists are, Ian Brannan, Douglas Chace, Will Edwards, Andrew Horning, and Butch Rea.

Queen bios:

Landis
Holly Landis, daughter of Daniel and Paula Landis, is a Mass Communications and Theatre major. At Cowley, she is a Student Ambassador, Resident Assistant, secretary of Act One Drama Club, co-anchor for Cowley Television, and is a member of the Media Club. She plans to continue her education at a four-year university.

Lara
Jazmin Lara, daughter of Damian and Lucy Lara, is an Art major. At Cowley, she is in ACES (Academic Civic Engagement through Service), is a Student Ambassador, and is president of the Art Club. She plans to pursue a Bachelor’s degree from Watkins College of Art, Design and Film, and then open a gallery for young adults.
Leake
Breanna Leake, daughter of Steve Leake and Rhonda Hockenbury, is a Pre-Dental Hygiene major. At Cowley, she is a Student Ambassador, is a member of the Spirit Squad and Math and Science Club. She also participates in intramurals. After Cowley, she plans to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Wiley
Addie Wiley, daughter of Mike and Stacy Wiley, is a Liberal Arts major. At Cowley, she is a member of the Spirit Squad. She plans to attend Wichita State University in the fall and major in business.

Wright
Kandice Wright, daughter of Tye and Anne Wright, is a Business major. At Cowley, she is a Student Ambassador, Tigerette, Student Senate vice president, Phi Theta Kappa, vice president, and member of the concert choir and FCA and Chi Alpha youth groups. She plans to transfer to Fort Hays State University in the fall.

King bios:

Brannan
Ian Brannan, son of Doug and Jeanine Brannan, is a Creative Writing major. At Cowley, he is a Student Ambassador, Cowley Tutor, President of Diverse Tigers Club, Co-President of Creative Claws, and is involved in the Movie Club and Cowley County Young Democrats. After Cowley, he hopes to go to New Zealand and become a published author.

chace
Douglas Chace, son of Vince and Tracy Chace, is an Elementary Education major. At Cowley, he is a member of the Spirit Squad and involved in intramurals. After Cowley, he plans to transfer to Fort Hays State University to pursue a degree in elementary education.

Horning
Andrew Horning, son of Ryan and Kathy Horning, is a Theatre major. At Cowley, he is a Resident Assistant, member of the CC Singers, and involved in the Theatre. After Cowley, he plans to pursue a career in acting.

Rea
Butch Rea, son of John and Lori Rea, is a Business Administration major. At Cowley, he is a member of the Tiger baseball team, a Resident Assistant and involved in PTK. After Cowley, he plans to continue playing baseball at a four-year school.

edwards
Will Edwards, son of Gene and Debbie Edwards, is a pre-engineering major. At Cowley, he is a member of the Tiger baseball team and was named to the President’s Honor Roll. After Cowley, he plans to attend the University of Kansas to pursue a chemical engineering degree.