FHU Announces Homecoming King and Queen
Freed-Hardeman University announced its Homecoming court winners Friday, Nov. 11. Seniors Andrew Ashley, Durant, Okla., and Brittany Peppers, Florence, Ala., were named Homecoming King and Queen at the annual banquet.
Ashley is a double major in exercise science and Bible at FHU. He is the son of Patrick and Ruth Ann Ashley of Durant, Okla. While at FHU, Ashley has been chaplain and a member of the University Program Council, assistant in FHU athletic training department and president and member of Pi Epsilon, the professional club for exercise science and kinesiology majors.
Peppers is an elementary education major at FHU. She is the daughter of Phillip and Cynthia Peppers of Florence, Ala. While at FHU, Peppers has been a member of both the FHU cheerleading squad, serving as captain during her junior year, and Chi Beta Chi, one of the school’s social clubs. After graduation she plans to teach kindergarten in Knoxville, Tenn.
Freed-Hardeman’s Homecoming King and Queen are chosen by popular vote of the FHU student body.
The Student Alumni Association, a student-run group in conjunction with the school’s Office of Alumni Relations, presents FHU’s Homecoming each year. SAA organizes and plans the weeklong festivities, including club competition events and the Homecoming banquet.