2010-10-13 / Front Page

Jenkins County Eagles celebrate Homecoming Friday

Members of the JCHS Homecoming Court are, from left, first row: Justice Deloach, Jonquette Sanders, Sara Burke, Shae Burke, Kayla Kirkland and Nicole Wilson; and second row: Ayana Walker, Krista Gay, Zandra Lake, Mackenzie Walker and Teanna Taylor. (Staff photo by Deborah Bennett) Members of the JCHS Homecoming Court are, from left, first row: Justice Deloach, Jonquette Sanders, Sara Burke, Shae Burke, Kayla Kirkland and Nicole Wilson; and second row: Ayana Walker, Krista Gay, Zandra Lake, Mackenzie Walker and Teanna Taylor. (Staff photo by Deborah Bennett) Jenkins County High School

JCHS) announced its 2010 Homecoming Court this week. Freshman Representatives are Justice Deloach and Nicole Wilson. Justice is the daughter of Laurie and Larry Deloach. Nicole is the daughter of Lindy Wilson and Kytrena Wilson.

Representatives for the Sophomore class are Kayla Kirkland and Jonquette Sanders. Kayla is the daughter of Dr. Joseph and Lisa Kirkland. Jonquette is the daughter John and Patricia Sanders.

Junior representatives are Sara Burke and Shae Burke. Sara is the daughter of Don and Lisa Burke. Shae is the daughter of Butch and Kelly Burke.

Senior class representatives are Krista Gay, Ayana Walker, Zandra Lake, Mackenzie Walker and Teanna Taylor. Krista is the daughter of Ricky and Lisa Frawley. Ayana is the daughter of Pamela and Leroy Luke and Richard and Maria Brayboy. Zandra is the daughter of Lotice Reed and the late Bobby Harden. Mackenzie Walker is the daughter of Bobby and Christy Walker. Teanna is the daughter of Darcella Russell and Spencer Taylor.

The 2010 JCHS Homecoming Week kicked off Monday, Oct. 11, with many fun activities and culminates at 7:30 pm, Friday, Oct. 15, with the homecoming game against the Portal Panthers. The homecoming ceremony will take place during halftime of the game when one of the senior representatives will be named the 2010 JCHS Homecoming Queen.

This year’s homecoming theme is “The Real Blue and White.”

The student council has designated a dress up day for each day of the week. Homerooms will decorate banners to hang around the football field to show their school spirit. The homecoming committee will sponsor a parade at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14. The parade will start on Cotton Avenue and proceed to left on Masonic Avenue, left on E. Winthrope Avenue right on North Gray Street and arrive back at the high school. Monica Broxton, Jenkins County Teacher of the Year, will serve as the Grand Marshal. After the parade the cheerleaders will sponsor a community pep rally at the football field.

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