Harrington and Carley crowned DSU Homecoming Queen and King
Amy Czapiewski, associate director of communications, (701) 483-2595 Amy.Czapiewski@dickinsonstate.edu
Dickinson State University crowned Jami Harrington and Derek Carley Homecoming Queen and King at the coronation ceremony held Friday, Oct. 4. They were chosen by student body vote from among the 12 members of the Homecoming Royal Court.
Jami Harrington, Broadus, Mont., is a nursing major. She is a Theodore Roosevelt Honors Leadership Program Scholar and serves as executive committee president. Harrington is president of the Nursing Students Association, a CRU student leader, a mentor in the Best Friends Mentoring Program and Homecoming Coronation chair. She is sponsored by Nursing Students Association. Her parents are Troy and Debbie Harrington.
Derek Carley, Helena, Mont., is a nursing major. He is a Theodore Roosevelt Honors Leadership Program Scholar and has been involved with the Nursing Students Association as well as being a Best Friends mentor for two years. Carley also is a member of the baseball and track teams. He is sponsored by Nursing Students Association. His parents are Greg and Kim Carley.
Other candidates for Homecoming Queen and King included Jessalyn Bachler, Almont, N.D.; Ashley Bush, Hardin, Mont.; Therese Parfrey, Buffalo, S.D.; Alanna Smith, Wilton, N.D; Oakley Thoeny, Broadus, Mont.; Nathan Amberg, Norwood Young America, Minn.; Kieren Bailey, Opheim, Mont.; Damon Fichter, Dickinson, N.D.; Austin Harper, Billings, Mont.; and Josh Kralicek, Dickinson, N.D.