Homecoming royalty crowned Oct. 10
Jamestown College students Leah Jystad of Jamestown and Caleb Grossman of Grand Rapids, Minn., were crowned 2011 Homecoming Queen and King at a coronation ceremony on Monday, Oct. 10.
Jystad is pursuing a major in elementary education and a minor in Character in Leadership. She is active in Jimmie Ambassadors, SNDEA, Alpha Chi honor society and intramural athletics. She is the daughter of Phil and Shelly Jystad.
Grossman is Student Senate President and is also active in Residence Life, Habitat for Humanity, and Ministry Team. He plans to pursue a career in student affairs administration. He is the son of Ron and Patti Grossman.
Members of the royal court are Cambrya Belter, Somerset, Wis.; Amy Frederiksen, Ames, Iowa; Caroline Ortman, Harvey, N.D.; Samantha Riehl, Raleigh, N.D., Tressa Tulibaski, Argyle, Minn.; Kyle Blumenshine, Riverton, Wyo.; Jordan Bondley, Bismarck; Chris Kjolhaug, Clearbrook, Minn.; Jacob Niemeier, Jamestown; and Justin Shipman, Watford City, N.D.
Pictured front row left to right: Samantha Riehl, Tressa Tulibaski, Leah Jystad, Caroline Ortman, Amy Frederiksen and Cambrya Belter. Back row left to right: Kyle Blumenshine, Justin Shipman, Caleb Grossman, Jordan Bondley, Jacob Niemeier and Chris Kjolhaug.
Coronation marks the beginning of Homecoming week at Jamestown College. Activities include a downtown storefront decorating contest, a campfire night, and a tailgating party. The popular Homecoming Street Fair takes place Saturday morning, and the Jimmies host Mayville State in the Homecoming football game at 1 p.m. Saturday. Visit www.jc.edu and alumni.jc.edu for more events.