Rachel Elizabeth Clay was crowned Homecoming Queen Sept. 28 during halftime of the EMCC Lions' match-up against Coahoma Community College.
Rachel Clay is the daughter of Bruce and Lauren Clay of DeKalb. The family attends Liberty Baptist Church. A sophomore at the college’s Scooba campus, Clay is a member of the EMCC Cheerleading Squad, Student Ambassadors, Student Government Association and Diamond Dolls. She plans to attend the University of Southern Mississippi after graduation and pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
East Mississippi Community College students have elected 12 maids to represent the school on its 2013 Homecoming Court.
Pictured at right on the front row are freshman maid Kayla Thomas of Shuqualak, freshman maid Dawana Morgan of Heidelberg and freshman maid Meg McBrayer of West Point. On the second row are freshman maid Baleigh Studdard of Columbus, freshman maid Olivia Carpenter of Centerville and freshman maid Mildred Oliver of Isola. On the third row are sophomore maid Morgan Corder of Columbus, sophomore maid Rachel Clay of DeKalb and sophomore maid Megan Reynolds of Scooba. On the fourth row are sophomore maid Rachel Moore of Starkville, sophomore maid Ashley Weeks of Starkville and sophomore maid Kate Timmons of Philadelphia.
Visit these links for photos of the Homecoming Court presentation at Sullivan-Windham Field:
Rachel Clay poses with EMCC President Dr. Rick
Young and Scooba Vice President Andrea Mayfield after
being crowned 2013 Homecoming Queen.
More: Click here to see this photo,
posted on Facebook during half-time
of EMCC's Homecoming game.