2013 Harvest Court to Honor Outstanding Seniors
November 1, 2013
OBU will honor outstanding seniors in the annual Harvest Court ceremony during Harvest Festival Friday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in Raley Chapel’s Potter auditorium. The event is part of OBU’s homecoming celebration happening on campus throughout the weekend
Senior students were nominated by their peers in six different categories: harvest king, harvest queen, best all-around man, best all-around woman, most servant-like man and most servant-like woman. The student body will vote on the finalists, and the winners will be announced during the Harvest Court ceremony.
Harvest Court finalists include:
Harvest King: Justin Doherty, a pastoral ministry major from Sallisaw, Okla.; Paul Inman, a physics and mathematics double major from Okarche, Okla.; and Brandon Melton, a Biblical languages and anthropology double major from Oklahoma City, Okla.
Harvest Queen: Laura Daily, a special education major from Milford, Ohio; Charity Jernigan, a communication studies major from Boynton, Okla.; and Jessa Manner, a Biblical languages and anthropology double major from Topeka, Kan.
Best All-Around Man: Davey Billings, a Biblical languages and anthropology double major from Claremore, Okla.; Josh Caudill, a Biblical languages major from Winfield, Kan.; Aaron Fullbright, an applied ministries major from Sallisaw, Okla.; and Tane Webb, a biology major from Hollis, Okla.
Best All-Around Woman: Leslie Overstreet, a psychology: pre-counseling major from Farmersville, Texas; Kim Powell, a Biblical languages and anthropology double major from Oklahoma City, Okla.; and Erin Tresch, an anthropology major from Tulsa, Okla.
Most Servant-Like Man: Andrew Black, an English major from Nashville Tenn.; Tyler Conway, a philosophy and religion double major from Ardmore, Okla.; and Timothy Thomsen, a personal training/strength and conditioning major from Oklahoma City, Okla.
Most Servant-Like Woman: Caitlin Carpenter, an early childhood education major from Arlington, Texas; Nikki Lankford, an elementary education major from Middleton, Idaho; and Megan McCalister, a psychology: pre-counseling major from Oklahoma City, Okla.