Martin Crowned 2016 Homecoming Queen
Stevie Martin from Conway was crowned queen for North Greenville University’s 2016 homecoming on Saturday, October 29.
NGU Interim President Dr. Randall Pannell and 2015 Homecoming Queen Christie Reilly crowned Martin during halftime of the Crusaders’ football game against Wingate University.
Martin, who represented the resident assistant association, is a junior elementary education major. She is the daughter of Steven and Michelle Martin.
Candace Petit was named first runner-up. Petit represented the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and is a junior elementary education major from Rosman, N.C. She is the daughter of Eric and Cindy Petit.
NGU awarded Macy McDonald, representing the Big/Little program, the second runner-up honor. She is a junior elementary education major from Greenville. She is the daughter of Richard and Chris McDonald.
The NGU homecoming queen is chosen annually by the student body in a campus wide vote during homecoming week.
Photo: L to R: Candace Petit, first runner-up; NGU Interim President Dr. Randall Pannell; Stevie Martin, 2016 NGU
Homecoming Queen; Macy McDonald, second runner-up.
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