Heritage Christian Homecoming

Christensen, Wallace named king and queen

by Staff Reports

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Brooke Wallace, left, and William Christensen, right, were named homecoming queen and king at Heritage Christian School's recent festivities.

Heritage Christian School seniors William Christensen and Brooke Wallace were crowned king and queen at the school’s recent homecoming festivities.

Christensen is the son of Ken and Ruth Christensen of Greenville and Wallace is the daughter of Susan Waddell of Fairburn and the late Johnny Wallace.

Homecoming prince and princess were Tyler Jenkins, son of Kevin and Ronna Jenkins of Newnan, and Kayla Hood, daughter of John and Kaye Hood of Newnan.

Other members of the Heritage Christian School homecoming court were Jacob Spiller and Heather Wallace, sophomore representatives; Drew Spiller and Kimberly Prescott, freshman representatives; and Ryan Byers and Caroline Dalton, eighth grade representatives.


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