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Holmes announces 2020 Ridgeland Homecoming Court

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

Ridgeland Campus court members include: 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.

Sloan, daughter of Tekima Beamon, is a general studies/broadcasting major. She is active on campus as an Ambassador and Phi Theta Kappa honor society officer. In her free time, she enjoys cooking and filming YouTube videos for her YouTube Channel, Armoni Sloan. Upon graduation from Holmes, Sloan is planning to move to Orlando, Florida, to attend University of Central Florida. There she will pursue a degree in broadcasting while enjoying all the fun activities available in Florida.

Ervin, daughter of Doug and Brandi Ervin, is a marketing major and member of Phi Theta Kappa. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with friends, reading and traveling. Ervin’s future plans include transferring to Mississippi State University next fall.

Yates, daughter of Peggy and Thomas Yates, is an accounting major and member of Phi Theta Kappa. She enjoys duck hunting, fishing and cruising in her family’s antique cars. Yates’ future plans include transferring to Mississippi State University in the spring of 2021. At MSU, she will pursue both her bachelor’s and master’s degree in accountancy and complete requirements for CPA certification.

Gaddis, daughter of Marcus Gaddis and Kea Gaddis, is a dental hygiene major. On campus she is active as an Ambassador and Horizons yearbook staff member, and in her free time, enjoys painting, shopping, singing and photography. After obtaining her associate degree from Holmes, Gaddis plans to attend University of Mississippi Medical Center to complete her dental hygienist degree.

McBrain, daughter of Betty and John McBrain is a nursing major and Ambassador for Holmes. In her free time, she enjoys working out, watching sunsets, listening to her 70’s rock n’ roll and laughing with friends and family. McBrain’s future goals are to finish nursing school and become a nurse anesthetist.

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

Members of the Grenada Campus court are: Student Body Maid Isabelle Sanders of Carrollton, Sophomore Maid Dalphne Hemphill of Winona, Sophomore Maid Prashauda West of Grenada, Freshman Maid Mary Grace Brooks of McCarley and Freshman Maid Terra West of Grenada.

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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