Oklahoma Baptist University

2013 Harvest Court to Honor Outstanding Seniors

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

Nominees for OBU’s 2013 Harvest Court include (front row, left to right) Erin Tresch, Jessa Manner, Nikki Lankford and Caitlin Carpenter; (second row, left to right) Laura Daily, Leslie Overstreet, Paul Inman, Justin Doherty, Tane Webb, Megan McCalister Charity Jernigan and Kim Powell; (back row, left to right) Josh Caudill, Timothy Thomsen, Tyler Conway, Davey Billings, Andrew Black, Brandon Melton and Aaron Fullbright.

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.

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