Robert Don Malone of the Temperance Hall exchange won re-election to the DTC Communications Board of Directors Saturday beating challenger Todd S. Perry.
Malone received 364 votes (77.94%) and Perry garnered 103 votes (22.06%)
The other three incumbent directors up for re-election all won without opposition including Roy N. Pugh from the Auburntown exchange with 333 votes; James H. Dillard, Jr. from the Gordonsville exchange with 295 votes; and David Parker from the Woodland exchange with 262 votes.
A total of 485 DTC members voted in the director election.
The results of the election were announced Saturday during the annual meeting of DTC Communications at the fairgrounds in Alexandria
All four directors elected Saturday will serve for three years.
The DTC Communications Board of Directors, in addition to Pugh, Dillard, Malone, and Parker is made up of Ronnie Garrison of Smithville, Randy Campbell of Liberty, Bennie Curtis of Alexandria, Terry McPeak of Norene, Charles Dwight Vinson of Milton, and Greg Rogers of Woodbury.
(Pictured left to right: David Parker, Robert Don Malone, Roy N. Pugh, and James H. Dillard, Jr.)
The 2010 Homecoming Queen at DeKalb County High School is Quincie Paige Winchester
A senior, Winchester is the 17 year old daughter of Ernie and Vanessa Winchester of Smithville. She is a member of the Literature Club, Science Club, and Beta Club. Winchester is also a DCHS football cheerleader and a member of the North Hills Church of God of Prophecy. She is a top 20 senior and received the French award in 2008 and the Most Spirited cheerleading award in 2008 and 2009.
The Homecoming Attendants are:
Senior Attendant - Mercedes Faith Luna of Smithville, the 17 year old daughter of Tony and Debbie Luna and Melanie Johnson. She is a member of the Literature Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Luna is a four year member of the DCHS Lady Tiger basketball team and she was a football cheerleader her freshman year. Luna is also a top 20 senior; voted Most Athletic in 2007; received second place at the Jr Beta talent competition in 2007; and she received the Tiger Pride basketball award for the 2009-2010 season. She is a member of Salem Baptist Church.
Senior Attendant- Makenzi Brooke Gibson of Dowelltown, the 17 year old daughter of Erin and Shelly Gibson. Her sister is Breanna Gibson. She is a member of the Literature Club and she was a member of the Student Council and French Club for one year. Gibson has been a member of the basketball program for three years and the softball team for two years. She was also the Junior homecoming attendant last year; she received the 2008-09 Best Defensive player award in basketball; and she was named Junior Class favorite for Best Physique. Gibson is a member of Salem Baptist Church.
Junior Attendant- Kidman Dawn Puckett, the 16 year old daughter of Jimmy and Anita Puckett of Smithville. She is a member of the Jr. Beta Club, FBLA, the Literature Club for two years, and a member of the Spanish and Beta Club. Puckett has been a DCHS football cheerleader for three years, nominated for All-American Cheerleader for three years; and she received the Best Stunts Cheerleading award her freshman year. Puckett was named Sophomore Class favorite by members of the 10th grade class and she was nominated and selected to attend STEM Camp at Tennessee Tech University, a camp for students interested in science technology emerging mathematics. She is a member of the Dry Creek Baptist Church where she is actively involved in Vacation Bible School and youth and mission project events.
Sophomore Attendant- Aaliyah Lashea Bass of Alexandria, the 15 year old daughter of Lorraine Allen and Lavar Bass. She is a member of the dance class and is involved in dance, softball, and pageants. Bass is a member of the Grace Bible Church at Dowelltown
Freshman Attendant- McKenzie Brooke Poteete of Liberty, the 14 year old daughter of Jeff and Deb Poteete. She is a member of the Jr. Beta Club and Literature Club. Poteete is a DCHS football cheerleader and a member of the DCHS Lady Tiger basketball team. She received the DeKalb West School Citizenship Award. Poteete is the younger sister of Justin and Hunter Poteete and is a member of Salem Baptist Church
Spirit week activities will be held September 20th -24th at DCHS. The Homecoming Parade will take place Friday afternoon and the Tiger Homecoming Football game will be at 7:00 p.m. September 24th against Hixson. WJLE will have LIVE coverage of the parade and the game.
(Bottom photo: Seated left to right- Makenzi Brooke Gibson, Queen Quincie Paige Winchester, Mercedes Faith Luna
Standing left to right- Kidman Dawn Puckett and McKenzie Brooke Poteete)