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Homecoming court presented in Bowie Arts Center

Homecoming crowns on display in the Bowie Arts Center

Hope Crenshaw, president of the Class of 2019, was determined that the homecoming show would go on. When Erskine’s Student Government Association decided homecoming would be done in the spring, she enlisted “some absolutely incredible people” to help with the event.

Amanda Stevenson is presented with flowers.

“Homecoming has always been my favorite Erskine tradition,” she said.

Kim Jimenez made flyers and helped publicize the event, and Caroline Woolard helped with the flowers. “Both of these ladies were absolute blessings on the day of the event as well,” Crenshaw said.

“They, along with Logan Franks, helped move the event from outside to inside the Bowie Arts Center within a couple of hours. Mary Pratt also provided catering for the event with her baked goodies, which were a complete hit!”

Joseph Long and Amanda Stevenson

This year’s homecoming queen was Amanda Stevenson of Florence, S.C., a political science major who graduated magna cum laude, and homecoming king was Joseph Long, a business administration major from Anderson, S.C., who graduated cum laude.

Sili Coffin and Ann Rose Conner
Jauhna Smith and Dylan Yon
Laura Coleman and Alex Bass

Named freshman prince and princess were Sili Coffin and Ann Rose Conner; sophomore prince and princess were Dylan Yon and Jauhna Smith; and junior prince and princess were Alex Bass and Laura Coleman.








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