Six outstanding students inducted into Copiah-Lincoln’s Hall of Fame

hall of FameSix outstanding sophomores on Co-Lin’s Wesson campus have been named to the college’s Hall of Fame, the highest honor that can be given a Co-Lin student.

During the college’s Annual Awards Day, Copiah-Lincoln President Dr. Ronnie Nettles announced the 2017 Hall of Fame recipients are Madison Andrews of Monticello, Trinity Bournes of Silver Creek, John Ethan Coleman of Meadville, Abigail Hynum of Hazlehurst, Ruby McCullough and Montoria Sanders, both of Wesson.

Madison Andrews

Madison Andrews serves as Vice President of Leadership for the Eta Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, editor for The Wolf Tales, President of the College Republicans, and an officer for the Centurions. She is a tutor for The Write Place and is a member of Mu Alpha Theta, President's Council, and Fabros Mundi Writing Club. A President's List student, Madison was selected to Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges, named to the All-Mississippi Community College Academic Second Team, and named a Coca-Cola Silver Scholar. She is the daughter of Patrick and Dana Andrews of Monticello.

Trinity Bournes

Trinity Bournes is a member of the Trailblazers, Student Government Association, the Wesley Foundation, and the Eta Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. She serves as treasurer of Mu Alpha Theta. A Taylor Presidential Scholar, Trinity was selected to Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges and is a President's List student. She is the daughter of Bobby Bournes of Silver Creek.

John Ethan Coleman

John Ethan Coleman serves as the President of Mu Alpha Theta and Vice President of Membership for the Eta Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. He is a member of the Trailblazers, President's Council, Baptist Student Union, and the College Republicans. John Ethan was selected to Who's Who Among Student in American Junior Colleges and received the Pitts Scholarship and a Vice President's Scholarship. A President's List student, he was named to the All-Mississippi Academic First Team, a Coca-Cola Silver Scholar, and a Tennessee Valley Authority Scholar. He is the son of Danny and Loree Coleman of Meadville.

Abigail Hynum

Abigail Hynum serves as Vice President of Fellowship for the Eta Omega of Phi Theta Kappa, Vice President of the Alpha Omega Science Club, and Secretary of the Naturalist Club. She is a member of the SeaWolves Underwater Robotics Team, the Blue Wave Show Band, Sigma Kappa Delta English Honor Society, College Republicans and is Sophomore Class Secretary of the Student Government Association. Abigail was selected a Class Favorite and to Who's Who Among American Junior College Students. She is the daughter of Terri Hynum of Hazlehurst.

Ruby McCullough

Ruby McCullough serves as President of the Food Service Committee, Vice President of Service for the Eta Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, Vice President of Membership for Mu Alpha Theta, and Vice President of the College Republicans. She is a member of the Alpha Omega Science Club and the Naturalist Club. A Taylor Presidential Scholar, Ruby was selected Phi Theta Kappa Officer of the Year. She is the daughter of Brian and Stacie McCullough of Wesson.

Montoria Sanders

Montoria Sanders serves as President of the Foreign Language Club, Vice President of Web Design for the Eta Omega of Phi Theta Kappa, and Secretary of the Alpha Omega Science Club. She is a member of the President's Council, Trillium Yearbook Staff, and Mu Alpha Theta. A President's List student, Montoria was selected as Phi Theta Kappa Officer of the Year, to Who's Who Among American Junior College Students, and is the recipient of an endowed scholarship. She is the daughter of Robert and Valerye Sanders of Wesson.

CUTLINE: Co-Lin’s 2016-2017 Hall of Fame inductees are from left, Madison Andrews, Trinity Bournes, John Ethan Coleman, Abigail Hynum, Ruby McCullough, and Montoria Sanders.

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