Walters State Community College will celebrate Pride Night on Dec. 11 when the Lady Senators and Senators host conference rival Volunteer State. A highlight of the evening will be the crowning of Ms. WSCC during half-time of the men’s game.
This year, 15 students have been nominated by college organizations for the honor. The winner will be chosen based on a student vote, an interview and a written essay. Some of this year’s nominees are:
Jyssika Ellis, a nursing major from Seymour, was nominated by the Walters State Chess Club. She is the daughter of Becky and James Holland and David Ellis.
Kylee McLean, an English major from Seymour, was nominated by Phi Theta Kappa. She is the daughter of Bruce and Lorri Hoffman.
Sarah Whaley, an animal science major from Sevierville, was nominated by the Sevierville Collegiate Ministries. She is the daughter of Terry Whaley.
Crisie Jennings, a culinary arts and business major from Sevierville, was nominated by the Hospitality Business Student Association. She is the daughter of Mark and Dottie Phipps and Randy and Jennifer Jennings.
Hannah Capps, an elementary education major from Gatlinburg, was nominated by the Sevier County Ambassadors. She is the daughter of Brian and Ruth Capps.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.