Williams Baptist University seniors Melanie McKuin of Dexter, Mo., and C.J. Cara of Bartlett, Tenn., are this year’s Homecoming queen and king at WBU. The two (pictured above with WBU President Dr. Stan Norman) were crowned during Homecoming festivities Nov. 2 at WBU.
McKuin, an English major, is the daughter of Barry and Kim McKuin. Cara is the son of Chris and Penny Cara, and he is majoring in liberal arts, with a concentration in biology and psychology.
Also representing the senior class on the court were Tori Johnson and Andrew Adcock. Johnson, who is from Clinton, Ark., is the daughter of Chris & Melissa Johnson. Adcock is from Bismarck, Ark., and he is the son of Pat Adcock and Dewana Allen.
Representing the junior class were Tatum Little of Harrison, Ark., and Gavin Wells of Poplar Bluff, Mo. Little is the daughter of Tim and Tori Little. Wells is the son of Paul and Kimberly Wells.
Kalynn Hopkins and Arthur Lee Rogers, Jr., represented the sophomore class on the court. Hopkins is from Searcy, Ark., and she is the daughter of Michelle Hopkins and the late Kale Hopkins. Rogers is from Camden, Ark., and he is the son of Arthur Rogers, Sr., and Donald & Kerrie Terry.
And representing the freshman class were Kaidaija Perry and Rhett Womack. Perry is from Jonesboro, Ark., and she is the daughter of Erika Walls-Goodlow and Quantralis Perry. Womack, from Arkadelpia, Ark., is the son of Brandi & Richard Womack.
Members of the Homecoming court were selected by a vote of the WBU student body, as were the king and queen.
WBU is a private, Christian university in Walnut Ridge, Ark.