Homecoming Royalty crowned at Potomac State
Homecoming royalty was recently crowned at Potomac State College of West Virginia University and includes (l-r): Homecoming Prince Brandon Clay, Homecoming Princess Miracle Copeland, Homecoming Queen Sanna Swisher, and Homecoming King Casey Kidder.
Potomac State College of West Virginia University recently crowned Homecoming Royalty during the students’ annual Homecoming dance at the College.
Sanna Swisher, a sophomore general studies major from North Canton, Ohio, was crowned as the 74rd Homecoming Queen. She serves as the secretary/treasurer for the Student Government Association at the College, is a member of the intermural volleyball team and participated in the annual Habitat for Humanity spring break trip last year. Swisher is a graduate of Hoover High School and the daughter of Jamee and Shawn Swisher. She will also serve as a princess at the 2014 Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Va. next spring.
Casey Kidder, a criminal justice major from Keyser, W.Va., was crowned as the 19th Homecoming King. Kidder is a member of the Criminal Justice Club, serves as vice president of the Campus and Community Ministries Club and is a member of the Honors Program at the College. In addition to volunteering in the community, Kidder has also participated in a spring break trip with Habitat for Humanity. He is a graduate of Petersburg High School located in Petersburg, W.Va.
Miracle Copeland, an early childhood education major from Baltimore, Md., was crowned as the 17th Homecoming Princess. Brandon Clay, a criminal justice major from Keyser, W.Va., was crowned as the 16th Homecoming Prince.