Flying Squadron homecoming court announced

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Highland Home School announced its Homecoming court recently. The young ladies are very likable and I were very honored to be chosen by their peers.

Those elected are as follows:

Homecoming Queen - Faith Thomas

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Thomas is a senior at HHHS. She is the daughter of Larry and Nancy Thomas of Highland Home and Ms. Denna Norris of Montgomery.

Faith has two brothers, David Findley and Sherman Deal and also has two sisters, Tabitha Findley and Stephanie Thomas.

Some of Thomas' activities are cheerleading, softball, volleyball, weightlifting, FBLA, Key Club and Mu Alpha Theta.

She is a member of First Baptist Church of Luverne.

Senior Attendant – Angelicia Johnson

Johnson is the daughter of Angela and Willie Wright. Her grandparents are Helen Johnson and Thomas Lee Johnson. She has two siblings, Ardriana and Terrance Johnson.

Johnson's many activities are cheerleading, FBLA and choir. She is also involved in the Upward Bound program at Lurleen B. Wallace Community College. She is a member of Center Point Church of Christ in Dublin.

Junior Attendant – Latasha Buskey

Buskey is the daughter of Julius and Ora Buskey. She is the granddaughter of Ida Lou White and Lois Buskey. She has one brother, Julius Buskey Jr., and one sister, Keisha Buskey.

Buskey's activities include color guard, volleyball and weightlifting. She is also vice-president of the junior class.

Sophomore Attendant – Jessica Pierce

Pierce is the daughter of Gayla and Randall Pierce. Her grandparents are Mr. and Ms. Herman Pierce and Mr. and Ms. Jessie Woodard.

She has a sister, Tristyn and one brother, Mason.

Pierce is a member of FBLA, band and Beta Club. She was voted Ms. Congeniality in last year's Ms. High Home High School pageant. She is also a member of Mount Carmel Methodist Church.

Freshman Attendant – Sabrina Wilkes

Wilkes is the daughter of Dewayne and Stacie Wilkes of Highland Home and Charlotte and Jim Ballard of Honoraville. She is the granddaughter of Howard and Mary Wilkes of Highland Home, as well as Joel and Carolyn Sipper. She has a brother, Shaun, a stepsister Casey and a stepbrother, Josh.

She enjoys riding the four-wheeler, hunting, and swimming.

Middle School Attendant – Natasha Harris

Harris is an eighth grader at Highland Home. She is the daughter of Bernatte Harris.

Her grandparents are Jean and Johnny Harris.

Harris is a junior varsity cheerleader and is a member of the band.

Elementary Attendant – Ms. Tralyn Hord

Hord is the daughter of Shannon and Craig McCullough and Pat and Jennifer Hord, all of Highland Home. She is in the fourth grade. She is involved in many activities including basketball, softball, cheerleader, fast-pitch softball and Honor Club.

Hord has two sisters, Savannah and Samatha Myrick, a brother, Wilson Hord and two stepbrothers, Brett and Christopher. She is especially close to her grandfather, Woodrow Morse of Ada, who is 92-years-old.

Primary Attendant – Lakyn Fox

Fox is in Kindergarten at High Home School. She is the daughter of Johnny and Michelle Fox. Her grandparents are Gene and Ora Fox and John and Myrtice Howell.

Fox enjoys Barbies and riding four-wheelers. She has one brother, Hunter.

Fox would also like to give mention to her uncles, Ronald Fox and Bobby Stephens and her aunt Teresa Stephens.

Ms. Football - Senior Alison Massey (voted by football team)

Massey is the daughter of Jimmy and Patricia Massey of Honoraville. Her grandparents are Ann and the late Dennis Massey. She is also the grandchild of Jerry and the late Era Merle Williams.

Massey's many activities include cheerleading, varsity softball, Key Club, FBLA, National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta. She has one sister, Leanne Massey and one brother, John.

Homecoming will be held at 7 p.m. on Oct. 8 at Highland Home School. The Squadron will face the Marbury Bulldogs.

Everyone is invited to attend this special event.




Ms. Debbie Duke and everyone involved in the Youth Football League would like to extend their greatest appreciation to the Highland Home School Marching Band.

The band graciously performed at all three junior football games Saturday night. The band's entertainment was enjoyed greatly by fans and players alike.

A special thanks to Mr. Turner for the hard work he has put into the band this year and for allowing this special treat. He has been a wonderful asset to our school.




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