2012-10-03 / Front Page

JCHS announces Homecoming Court


Members of the Jenkins County High School 2012 Homecoming Court are, from left, Dona Gay, Brittany Wilkins, Amanda Williams, Justice Deloach, Jenifer Sanders, Embree Jenkins, Jocelyn Summers, D’Shaundra Rollins, Jonquette Sanders, Rubi Guzman-Delgado, and Jenny Taylor. (Staff photo by Deborah Bennett). Members of the Jenkins County High School 2012 Homecoming Court are, from left, Dona Gay, Brittany Wilkins, Amanda Williams, Justice Deloach, Jenifer Sanders, Embree Jenkins, Jocelyn Summers, D’Shaundra Rollins, Jonquette Sanders, Rubi Guzman-Delgado, and Jenny Taylor. (Staff photo by Deborah Bennett). Jenkins County High School (JCHS) announced its 2012 Homecoming Court this week. Representatives for the Freshman Class are Embree Jenkins and Jocelyn Summers. Embree is the daughter of Kenton and Jeana Jenkins. Jocelyn is the daughter Sean Summers and Donna Wadley.

Sophomore representatives are Dona Gay and Jenifer Sanders. Dona is the daughter of Don and Evelyn Gay. Jenifer is the daughter of John Sanders and Patricia Folson.

Junior Class representatives are Justice Deloach and D’Shaundra Rollins. Justice

is the daughter of Larry and Laurie Deloach. D’Shaundra is the daughter of Dayemond Rollins and Darcella Russell.

Senior Class representatives are Rubicela Guzman- Delgado, Jonquette Sanders, Jennifer Taylor, Brittany Wilkins and Amanda Williams. Rubi is the daughter of Crescensio and Rosaura Guzman. Jonquette is the daughter of John Sanders and Patricia Folson. Jenny is the daughter of Rev Butch and Deborah Taylor. Brittany is the daughter of Ray and Kim Waters. Amanda is the daughter of Barry and Tamie Williams. The 2012 JCHS

Homecoming Week kicked off Monday, Oct. 1, with many fun activities and culminates at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5, 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 2012 JCHS Homecoming Queen. This year’s homecoming theme is “To be ALL IN you have to go ALL OUT.”

The homecoming committee has designated a dress up day for each day of the week. Each grade will decorate banners to hang around the

football field to show their school spirit. The homecoming parade will take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct 4. Shannon Hilderbrandt, Jenkins County Teacher of the Year, will serve as the Grand Marshal of this year’s parade. The parade will start on Cotton Avenue and will proceed left onto Masonic Avenue, left onto Winthrope Avenue and then right on Gray Street and arrive at the high school

A community wide pep rally is planned by the JCHS cheerleaders immediately following the parade. The public is invited to come out and support the War Eagles.

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