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Finalists for East Central University’s Homecoming king and queen are Stephanie Miller (front row, from left), Dare Chronister, Lauren Hensley, Brittany Trail, Jennifer Sanchez and (back row) Jesse Allen, Jamie Cluck, Jordan Hearod, Anthony Shelton and Joe Mohr. Not shown is Aleisha Brewer.
Nominated to represent campus organizations for East Central University’s Homecoming king and queen are Jennifer Young (front row, from left), Stephanie Miller, Ashley Branscum, Kari Wilson, Dare Chronister, Lauren Hensley, Jennifer Sanchez, Brittany Trail, Semetria Mangon, Lauren Polk and (back row) Anthony Shelton, Jamie Cluck, Beau Carter, Jesse Allen, Jordan Hearod, Jay Thompson, Anthony Nessman, Joe Jacobi, James Monroe, Tim Long, Kelvin Wood and Joe Mohr. Not shown are Rosalin Austin, Aleisha Brewer, Allison Finley, Chritina Isom and Sarah Reihart and Tyler Jackson.
Representatives of Ada banks hold the plaques they received Saturday [OCT. 3] recognizing their support of East Central University during Bank Industry Appreciation Day. ECU softball and baseball players made the presentations at halftime of the ECU-Abilene Christian University football game. Participating were Jon Sneed (from left), loan officer at Arvest Bank; Emily Kennemer; Mike Jackson, vice president of First United Bank; Stephanie Watson; Kasey Nordie; Dale Boatwright, president of Landmark Bank NA; Wayne Case, president of Vision Bank; Dylon Howard; Jimmy Eppler, president of Citizens Bank of Ada; Dack Howard; and ECU President John Hargrave.
People who protect, serve and educate, such as Ada police officers Jeremy Farmer (left) and Steve Watkins, will be recognized for their service to their communities Oct. 17 [SATURDAY] during the football game between East Central University and Texas A&M University-Commerce at ECU's Norris Field. Veterans, the military, law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical personnel, as well as teachers from more than a dozen counties, are being invited to the 2 p.m. game and will be admitted free if they wear their uniform or present an ID.