Alabama Student Crowned Homecoming Queen
for release after 4 p.m. on Oct. 25, 1997Alycia Brown, senior youth and family ministry major Tuscaloosa, Ala., was crowned Abilene Christian University's 1997 Homecoming Queen during halftime Saturday, Oct. 25. at Shotwell Stadium.
Brown serves as co-chair of the Students' Association Spiritual Life Committee and has been active in the Student Activities Organization and as a class officer. Brown has also been named to the Dean's Honor Roll and was a recipient of the Margaret L. Teague Spirit of ACU Award. She is a member of the women's social club, Sigma Theta Chi.
She is the daughter of Marcus and Carol Brown of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Other members of the Homecoming Court were: Kenye Kay Butts, a senior exercise science major from Midland; Heather Chance, a senior communication major from San Antonio; Allison Hawkins, a senior communication major from Plano; Lacey Hogue, a senior elementary education major from Holliday; Jeni Strickland, a senior elementary education major from Southlake; Julie Stringer, a senior accounting and finance major from Corsicana; Kimberly Sublette, a senior graphic design major from Tyler; Chelsea Teague, a senior psychology major from Fort Worth; and Julie Beth Wray, a senior elementary education major from Kaufman.
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