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Holmes announces 2020 Grenada Homecoming Court

Holmes Community College recently announced members of the 2020 Homecoming Court.

Grenada Campus court members include Student Body Maid Isabelle Sanders of Carrollton, Sophomore Maid Dalphne Hemphill of Winona, Sophomore Maid Prashauda Roneicia Marie West of Grenada, Freshman Maid Mary Grace Brooks of Winona and Freshman Maid Terra Elizabeth West of Grenada.

Isabelle Sanders, daughter of Lisa and Ken Sanders, is a nursing major who stays active on the Grenada Campus. She is an Ambassador, Phi Theta Kappa vice president of communications and a Student Government Association representative. In her free time, Sanders enjoys hanging out with friends, going out to eat, watching movies and playing with her dogs. After Holmes, she plans to attend the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson for the traditional nursing program.

Dalphne Hemphill, Pastor Isaac Jamerson and the late Martha Jamerson, is in the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program at Holmes. She is an active member of Samuel Chapel MB Church, where her husband Jarvis Hemphill is the pastor. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority INC. and enjoys reading, watching movies and spending time with family and friends. Hemphill and her husband have four children: Javaris, Taylor Jade and Jewel. Her future plans include obtaining her doctoral degree in nursing.

Prashauda West, daughter of Betty Hoskins, is a physical therapy major who enjoys dancing and spending time with her family and friends. She is both an active member of Phi Theta Kappa and a tutor. West loves helping people, so she is pursuing a career in physical therapy. She also enjoys dancing so much that she would love to become a professional choreographer one day.

Mary Grace Brooks, daughter of Karla and Michael Brooks, is a social work major and Holmes Ambassador. Off campus, she is employed with the Bank of Kilmichael and enjoys baking, shopping, traveling and participating in community service projects. After finishing her degree at Holmes, Brooks plans to attend the University of Mississippi and pursue a career as a speech pathologist.

Terra West, daughter of Wendy and Terry West, is a pre-med major who works at Sav-Mor Drugs and Gifts in Grenada as a pharmacy technician. After Holmes, she plans to further her education at Mississippi State University and fulfill her dreams of becoming a family physician.

Homecoming Court members were announced on the Ridgeland and Goodman campuses, as well.

Members of the Ridgeland Campus court are: Student Body Maid Deja Armoni Sloan of Madison, Sophomore Maid Taylor Madison Ervin of McComb, Sophomore Maid Holley Kendall Yates of Pisgah, Freshman Maid Brooklyn Gaddis of Flowood and Freshman Maid Breanna Alexis McBrain of Madison.

Finally, Goodman Campus court members include: Homecoming Queen Mikayla Williams of Yazoo City, Student Body Maid Jordyn Nichelle Manning of Canton, Sophomore Maid Kaleigh Cosgrove of Little Rock, Sophomore Maid Shawanda Gray of Enterprise, Freshman Maid Amarie Anderson of Baldwyn and Freshman Maid Madison Odom of Kosciusko.

The queen and her court will be presented during halftime of the Bulldogs’ Homecoming Game against Northwest Mississippi Community College on Thursday, Nov. 12, in Goodman. Kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m.

For more information about Holmes Homecoming 2020, contact Alumni Coordinator Katherine Ellard at (662) 472.9134 or


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