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Ridgeland Campus announces Who’s Who

Ridgeland Campus announces Who's Who Pictured are the Holmes Community College Ridgeland Campus 2020 Who's Who recipients. They are: (front, left to right) Sophomore Favorite Sam Williams, Freshman Favorite Deja Sloan, Sophomore Favorite Macy Gordy, Sophomore Favorite Holley Yates, (back, left to right) Mr. Holmes Landon Kinney, Miss Holmes Brandi Palmer, Sophomore Favorite Nathan Wildhaber, Sophomore Favorite India Jones and Freshman Favorite Colby Mozee. The Holmes Community College Ridgeland Campus announced the 2020 Who's Who recipients, which includes Mr. and Miss Holmes, Freshman Class Favorites and Sophomore Class Favorites. Mr. and Miss Holmes for the Ridgeland Campus are Landon Kinney and Brandi Palmer, both of Jackson.

Kinney, son of Stephanie and Michael Kinney, is a graduate of Jim Hill High School. He is an Ambassador, Student Government Association (SGA) treasurer, a member of the STEM club and of the Social Science Club. His hobbies include exercising, helping other people and styling/modeling. Kinney also serves as a Stewpot Counselor as a way to serve his community. His future plans include becoming a successful family nurse practitioner.

Palmer, daughter of Darla and Don Palmer, is a graduate of Ridgeland High School. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa honor society and was elected as a Sophomore Homecoming Maid. Palmer works in retail at Northpark Mall and is a member of Aldersgate United Methodist Church. She enjoys doing makeup on herself and others, spending time with friends and family and traveling around the world. After Holmes, Palmer plans to further her education at Tougaloo College. 

As for Class Favorites, Sophomore Class Favorites include: Macy Gordy of Canton, India Jones of Pearl, Nathan Wildhaber of Jackson, Sam Williams of Brandon and Holley Yates of Pisgah. Freshman Class Favorites for the 2019-20 school year are: Colby Mozee of Brandon and Deja Sloan of Gluckstadt.


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