The students at Arkansas State University-Beebe selected the 2016 HarvestFest royalty during the annual event held October 27.
Kassidy Elam, representing Phi Beta Lambda, was chosen as the ASU-Beebe HarvestFest Queen for the Beebe campus. Elam, of Beebe, is a health science major. She was escorted by Hunter King from Beebe.
Madison Powell, representing the Ag Club, received first runner-up. Powell, of Beebe, is an animal science major. She was escorted by Hunter Davis, an agriculture business major from Beebe.
Lillian Murrell, representing Student Support Services Student Advisory Board, received second runner-up. Murrell, of Batesville, is an Early Childhood Education major. She was escorted by Dylan Christen, a Criminal Justice major from Shirley.
Kayla Shyanne Hanna was chosen as the HarvestFest Queen for the Heber Springs campus. Hanna, of Heber Springs, is an Early Childhood Education major. She was escorted by Caleb Long, an Elementary Education major from Greers Ferry.
Jada McCray was chosen as the HarvestFest Queen for the Searcy campus. McCray, of Conway, is majoring in studies toward a career in physical therapy. She was escorted by Reggie Rucker, a Business Administration major from Newport.
Each student organization nominated one individual to be elected during the annual HarvestFest activities.
Other candidates and nominating organizations were as follows: Laura Boswell of Cabot, representing Student Government Association, is a Business Management major. She was escorted by Kalon Mills, a nursing major from Hazen. Lane Brock of Dallas, representing Gamma Beta Phi, is a biology and chemistry major. She was escorted by Brenon Williams, a pre-med major from Biscoe. Sierra Thompson of Brinkley, representing Chi Alpha, is a psychology major. She was escorted by Coty Davis from Conway.