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Parade of Favorites to Take Place Saturday(1)



Parade of Favorites 2018


Lee University will present its annual student talent showcase, Parade of Favorites (POF), on Saturday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. in the Conn Center.

Directed by Lee student Randyl Music, this year’s POF theme is “Reflections.” The evening’s emcees are Lee alumni Carter Music and Rachel Proctor.

A variety of Lee’s student organizations are represented by the 13 contestants. These organizations include the Admissions Office A-Force team, Campus Choir, Student Leadership Council, and Greek service clubs.

Sophie Bell, senior public relations major, will represent the Admissions Office A-Force team. From Ooltewah, Tennessee, Bell is involved in Lee Singers, Second Edition, and Delta Zeta Tau. She will be escorted by Samuel McGirt.

Baylee Deems, representing Tau Kappa Omega, is a senior history major with a business administration minor. Deems, from Chatsworth, Georgia, is a peer leader and also a member of Delta Zeta Tau and Student Leadership Council. She will be escorted by Colson Korpak.

Lauren Goss, a junior sociology major, will represent Delta Zeta Tau. From Cartersville, Georgia, Goss is also involved in Campus Choir, Power Unlimited, and Upsilon Xi and serves with The Caring Place. Jake Broome will be her escort.

Rachel Kirkland, senior public relations and theatre double major, will represent Omega Alpha Phi. From Jacksonville, Florida, Kirkland is a peer leader, is involved in various theater productions, and is a member of Alpha Psi Omega Honor Society, Theta Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Lambda, and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. She will be escorted by David Vandersteeg.

Mannah Liu will represent the Student Leadership Council and is a senior TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) major. From Ball Ground, Georgia, Liu is also involved in the English Language Center and the Writing Center and serves at Great Strides. She will be escorted by Oliver Conn.

Ashley Malloy, senior journalism major, will represent Theta Delta Kappa. From Mobile, Alabama, Malloy is also a member of the Student Leadership Council and Epsilon Lambda Phi and is involved with Crossover and Great Strides. Seth Torres will be her escort.

Karley Moody, a sophomore healthcare administration major, will represent Sigma Nu Sigma. A Cleveland, Tennessee native, Moody is involved in the chapel band and serves at the Cleveland Emergency Center and Cleveland Academy for Girls. She will be escorted by Brandon Yaun.

Kylie Murphy is a senior elementary education major from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Representing Alpha Gamma Chi, Murphy is also involved in Delta Zeta Tau, Campus Recreation, intramural sports, and Alpha Chi Honors Society. Matt Burchfield will be her escort.

Brittany Perez, junior English major, will represent Campus Choir. From Baxley, Georgia, Perez is also a McNair Scholar and Peer Mentor, and is involved in Alpha Beta Iota Honor Society and the Learn Engage Achieve Program (LEAP). She will be escorted by Samuel Utt.

Rebekah Proctor is a senior public relations major and will represent Upsilon Xi. From Aiken, South Carolina, Proctor is involved in Delta Zeta Tau, Kingdom Players, and Lee Update and serves with People for Care and Learning and Operation Christmas Child. She will be escorted by Joshua Dawson.

Julia Shiflett, representing Pi Kappa Pi, is a senior psychology major. From Marietta, Georgia, Shiflett is involved in Sigma Nu Sigma and Big Pal Little Pal and serves with Cleveland Emergency Shelter, Zion Project, Havenplace, and Boys and Girls Club. Isaac Barrick will be her escort.

Tori Stepp is a junior nursing major representing Epsilon Lambda Phi. From Cleveland, Tennessee, Stepp is also involved in Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. She will be escorted by Lucas Yanes.

Lexy White is a junior discipleship major with a vocational track in psychology. Representing Sigma Alpha Omega, White is a Cleveland, Tennessee native and serves at Crossover, Winterfest, and Morningside Assisted Living. Peyton Clark will be her escort.

This year’s judges include Merica Stum, Dan Lawson, Mark Sparks, and Kristin Tucker.

For more information, contact Music.
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