Holsinger Named 2006 Homecoming Queen At Lee

Tuesday, November 7, 2006
Homecoming Queen Rosie Holsinger poses with escort David Landrum in the Walker Arena during halftime of Saturday’s game against Bryan.  Ms. Holsinger is a health science/fitness wellness major from Piqua, Ohio. Click to enlarge.
Homecoming Queen Rosie Holsinger poses with escort David Landrum in the Walker Arena during halftime of Saturday’s game against Bryan. Ms. Holsinger is a health science/fitness wellness major from Piqua, Ohio. Click to enlarge.

Lee University senior Rosie Holsinger was crowned 2006 Homecoming Queen in front of a standing-room only crowd at the Walker Arena this past weekend.

Ms. Holsinger was introduced along with the rest of the Homecoming Court during halftime of the annual homecoming basketball game on Saturday afternoon, when the Flames defeated Bryan College 80-63.

Ms. Holsinger is the daughter of Todd and Melina Holsinger of Piqua, Ohio, and is majoring in health science/fitness wellness. On campus, she has been involved in Omega Alpha Phi, intramurals, and peer advising. She was escorted by David Landrum, son of Gary and Paulette Landrum of Littleton, Colo. David is a bible and theology major and has been involved in Theta Delta Kappa, Omega Alpha Phi, and the Student Leadership Council.

Also representing the senior class was Colleen Ward, the daughter of Patricia Ward of Rocky River, Ohio. An advertising major at Lee, she is a member of the Student Leadership Council, the Art Club, the Academic Council, and the Vindagua yearbook staff. Ms. Ward was escorted by Miles Huff, son of Rodney and Debbie Huff of Harlan, Ky. Mr. Huff is a psychology major and has been involved in the Theta Delta Kappa, Omega Alphi Phi, Psi Chi, and the Student Leadership Council.

Acacia Littrell was the next representative for the senior class. A communication major with an emphasis in public relations, she is the daughter of Ken and Peggy Littrell of Lexington, Ky. She is a member of Epsilon Lambda Phi, the Public Relations Student Society of America, Lambda Pi Eta, and the peer leader program. Ms. Litterll was escorted by Brad Thomas. Mr. Thomas is the son of Roselyn Young and Jodie Thomas of Lanett, Ala., and is studying telecommunications. While at Lee, he has been involved in Theta Delta Kappa, Epsilon Lambda Phi, and the video production center.

The final senior representative on the 2006 Homecoming Court was Lindsey Brown. She is the daughter of Randy and Marti Brown of Shelbyville, Ky. Ms. Brown is majoring in communication studies and has been involved in the Student Leadership Council, SALT, Residential Life, and Lighthouse. She was escorted by Zeeshan Aslam, son of Lubna Aslam of Indianapolis, Ind. Majoring in public relations, Mr. Aslam’s campus involvement includes membership in Theta Delta Kappa, Epsilon Lambda Phi, and A-Force.

Megan McGrath and Maureen Hunt were the representatives for the junior class. Ms. McGrath, the daughter of Sandy and John McGrath of Ringoes, N.J., is a double major in Spanish and communication. She was escorted by Michael Gillum, a communication major from Bismark, N.D.

Ms. Hunt is the daughter of Michael and Martha Hunt of Charlotte, N.C. She is a communication major and was escorted by Chris Sloan, a bible and theology major. Chris is from Orlando, Fla.

The sophomore class was represented by Kandee Barr from Chattanooga, and Renee List from Pontiac, Ill. Ms. Barr is double majoring in telecommunications and intercultural studies. She is the daughter of Bruce and Rhonda Barr and was escorted by Christopher Norman, a journalism major. He is the son of Willie and Elloise Norman of Frederick, Md.

Ms. List, a psychology major, is the daughter of Bernadine List. She was escorted by Chris Gates, the son of Bill and Sue Gates of Ft. Collins, Colo. He is a youth ministry major at Lee.

The freshman representatives on this year’s homecoming court were Courtney Henry and Jessica Reeves. The daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Brian Henry of Abbeville, S.C., Ms. Henry is an athletic training major. She was escorted by Blake Joiner, the son of Randy and Cyndi Joiner of Lawrenceville, Ga. Mr. Joiner is a member of the Lee University Golf Team.

Ms. Reeves is the daughter of Steve and Kim Reeves of Decatur, Ala. She is an advertising major and was escorted by Dylan Warnock, the son of Dave and Phebe Warnock of Franklin, Tenn. Mr. Warnock has participated in the Kairos Honors Scholars program at Lee.


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