RAYMOND – Raymond Campus sophomore Aarionna Dumas, of Columbus, was crowned Hinds Community College Homecoming queen at the annual festivities on Oct. 3.

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Hinds Community College Homecoming Queen Aarionna Dumas and her escort, DeShawn Hackett, left, react as her name is called as queen during halftime of Hinds’ Oct. 3 game against Coahoma Community College. (Hinds Community College/Tammi Bowles)

Dumas is a graduate of Columbus High School. A nursing major, she serves as vice president of I.D.E.A.L. Woman, is a member of the Hinds Cheerleaders and served as an orientation leader.

She was escorted by DeShawn Hackett, of Raymond. Hinds Community College President Dr. Clyde Muse crowned her.

The Homecoming Court included sophomore maids Ashley Deer of Jackson, representing the Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center, Raven Hayes of Byram, representing the Raymond Campus; Kanajah Brown, of Canton, representing the Rankin Campus, Tatyanna Griffin, of Forest, representing the Jackson Campus-Nursing/Allied Health Center, Antwinette McCloud of Pearl, representing the Raymond Campus, Arionna Hill of Vicksburg, representing the Vicksburg-Warren Campus.

The freshman maids were Kenitra Promise of Vicksburg, representing the Vicksburg-Warren Campus; Tiara Johnson of Utica, Brianna Shaw, of Grenada, and Nyla Ross-Griffin, of Chicago, all representing the Raymond Campus; Angeliya McDonald of Byram, representing the Rankin Campus; Ge’Khilyah Ray of Yazoo City, representing the Jackson Campus-Nursing/Allied Health Center; Camille Berry of Canton, representing the Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center.

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