Harvest Court Honors Outstanding Seniors
October 26, 2009
Oklahoma Baptist University will honor outstanding seniors at the annual Harvest Court ceremony Saturday, Nov. 14, at 8:30 p.m. in Raley Chapel's Potter auditorium as a part of Oklahoma Baptist University's Homecoming and Centennial celebrations.
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.
The senior Harvest Court nominees include (from left to right): First Row: Molly Jeffers, Stephanie Robbins, Jamie Burcham, Hannah Hays, April Peters, Melissa Krauss; Second Row: Drew Melton, David Stephens, Bethany Bruce, Kimberly Maley, Jason Eversole, Jon King; Third Row: Tyler Parker, Taylor Byrum, Kirt Henderson, Ryan Womack, and Brady Plunk.
Harvest Court finalists include:
Harvest King: Ryan Womack, an English major from Oklahoma City; Taylor Byrum, a physics/mathematics major from Bentonville, Ark.; and Brady Plunk, a Bible major from Lawton, Okla.
Harvest Queen: Hannah Hays, a strategic communication major from Monkey Island, Okla.; Molly Jeffers, a nursing major from Tulsa, Okla.; and Stephanie Robbins, a secondary English education major from Farmington, Ark.
Best All-Around Man: Tyler Parker, a strategic communication major from Fort Gibson, Okla.; Jon King, a sociology major from Dallas, Texas; and David Stephens, a biology major from Jenks, Okla.
Best All-Around Woman: Melissa Krauss, an elementary education major from Wasilla, Alaska; Jamie Burcham, a marketing major from Sand Springs, Okla.; and Jessica Herbert, an art major from Greenville, Texas.
Most Servant-Like Man: Kirt Henderson, a Bible major from Edmond, Okla.; Drew Melton, a philosophy and biblical languages major from Oklahoma City; and Jason Eversole, a biology major from Fort Worth, Texas.
Most Servant-Like Woman: Bethany Bruce, a graphic design major from Webster, Texas; April Peters, an elementary education major from Oklahoma City; and Kimberly Maley, an English major from New Market, Md.