Dawn Coffman of Texarkana, Texas, was first runner-up; Teddi-Anne Hulke, second runner-up; Peyton Davis, third runner-up; and Aiyanna Bartley, fourth runner-up.
Distinguished Alumni awards were presented Feb. 15 to Eugene “Gene” Simonson, Don Ruggles, and Kinney Black. Ralph Edward “RJ” Taylor II received the “H” Award, and the Young Alumni Award was presented to Dallas Hardison.
The competition will include interview, social impact statement, talent, on-stage question, and evening gown, and is a preliminary event for Miss Arkansas.
Henderson’s Caddo Center provides an educational resource featuring Caddo Indian history in the Arkadelphia area for university students, faculty, staff, and the community. The center is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Six performances are scheduled for 7:30 pm on Feb. 20, 21, 22, 24, 27 and 28, in the Arkansas Hall Studio Theatre. A reception will follow the opening performance.
Jonathan Moss graduated from Henderson State in 2001 with a degree in aviation. He is currently manager of the Federal Aviation Administration Flight Standards District Office in Little Rock.
The project is one of just 60 projects from across the nation chosen for a Council on Undergraduate Research conference this spring.