LIMA — Ohio State-Lima has announced its 2018 Homecoming Court.
Jackson Dickman, of Troy, is a senior studying middle childhood education and special education; Will Kleffner, of Lima, is a senior in history; Colten Napier, of Waynesfield, is a senior studying health sciences/per-med with a biology minor; Mellissa Martinez, of Paulding and Mexico, is a senior in early childhood education; Amari Russell, of Lima, is a sophomore studying biology; and Emali Sroufe, of Indian Lake, is a senior in health sciences and pre-occupational therapy.
The members of the court will participate in Homecoming activities during homecoming week, Monday thru Saturday, on both Lima and Columbus campuses. They will be involved in the Homecoming Parade and during the Homecoming Game against Indiana.
Lima’s homecoming king and queen will be announced at a private crowning ceremony on Friday at the Longaberger Alumni House in Columbus.