RLC announces Homecoming King and Queen: Adam Carter and Ashley Clarry

INA, Ill. (Feb. 4, 2014) - Rend Lake College announced the 2014 Homecoming King and Queen Monday night during halftime of the Warriors basketball game against Southeastern Illinois.

Adam Carter of Marion and Ashley Clarry of Du Quoin, both representing the RLC Culinary Arts Program, were crowned King and Queen. Carter is the son of Wanda Carter. His future plans include working up to owning his own food truck. Clarry is the daughter of Nova Clarry and Greg Woods. She plans to work in a nice restaurant in a city while pursuing a degree in an Allied Health field.

RLCKingQueen14 wAdam Carter, LEFT, of Marion and Ashley Clarry, RIGHT, of Du Quoin were crowned Rend Lake College Homecoming King and Queen Monday night. Click on the image for a larger view.
(ReAnne Palmer / RLC Public Information)


Runners-up for the evening were Eric Price of Benton and Christine South of Enfield, both representing the RLC Thespians. Price is the son of Pam and Larry Price, and he plans to attend a university to study history education. South is the daughter of Charles and Wanda South. She is looking forward to transferring to a university and studying abroad.

RLCCourt14 wThe Rend Lake College 2014 Homecoming Court is, FROM LEFT, Kaylyn Fuhrhop of Okawville, Devin Riley of Salem, Andrea Musgrave of Wayne City, Price, South, Trey Garrett of Benton, Abbie Lehman of Marissa, Carter, Clarry, Jessi Clark of Mt. Vernon, Austin Endicott of Benton, and Elizabeth Dykestra of McLeansboro. Click on the image for a larger view.
(ReAnne Palmer / RLC Public Information)


Other King candidates included Austin Endicott of Benton, Trey Garrett of Benton, and Devin Riley of Salem.

STARS representative Endicott is the son of Michael Endicott. His future goals include becoming a doctor and practicing in Southern Illinois.

Garrett is the son of Mike and Julie Garrett. He has signed a Division I national letter of intent to continue his education and collegiate baseball career at Florida International University in Miami.

Riley represented the Musical Note Society and is the son of John and Betty Riley. He plans to earn a degree in music education and theatre before becoming a high school music educator.

The Queen candidates also included Elizabeth Dykestra of McLeansboro, Jessi Clark of Mt. Vernon, Abbie Lehman of Marissa, Andrea Musgrave of Wayne City, and Kaylyn Fuhrhop of Okawville.

Dykestra represented STARS and is the daughter of David and Karyn Dykestra. She plans to graduate RLC in May and start attending McKendree University in the fall of 2014 to obtain a degree in music business.

Clark, the daughter of Denny and Cindy Clark, represented the RLC Dance Team. She looks forward to completing her associate degree in May and attend Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. to major in video production.

Lehman is the daughter of Melanie and Davie Lehman, and plays softball at RLC. Her future plans include graduating with a degree in agriculture business before transferring to Southeast Missouri (SEMO) to complete a bachelor's degree in the same field.

Musgrave , representing the RLC Cheer Team, is the daughter of John and Justine Durham. She plans to attend SIU Edwardsville to major in journalism.

Fuhrhop, a member of the women's golf team, is the daughter of Susan Fuhrhop. She is looking forward to attending a Division I school in the fall of 2015, where she will work on obtaining a bachelor's degree.

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