Bettendorf's Emily Huegel is Central College homecoming queen Print
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Written by Rachel Vogel   
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 09:07

PELLA, (10/02/2012)(readMedia)-- Emily Huegel, a native of Bettendorf and a senior at Central College, was voted Central's homecoming queen. Huegel is majoring in elementary education with endorsements in special education, reading and coaching. After graduating, she hopes to work with at an elementary school with special education students.

Huegelplays on the volleyball team and is involved in Campus Ministries leadership, and FCA leadership. She also works in the Central College admission office.

Each year, Central seniors are invited to nominate three men and three women from the senior class to represent Central on the homecoming court. The top five women and men are selected.

This year, the queen candidates also included Cara Soukup, Alyssa Schwartz, Liz Clancy and Morgan Remick. The king candidates were Tyler Mason, Gary Sorich, Ben Fry, Jack Flaherty and Cameron Van Kooten.

Huegel and Jack Flaherty were chosen by the enitre student body as queen and king.

Central College is a private, four-year, residential, liberal arts college in Pella, Iowa. Central's academic program offers 39 majors leading to a bachelor's degree along with pre-professional programs and advising. Central was recognized in the 2012 U.S.News & World Report's annual rankings of the best liberal arts colleges in the nation.

More information about Central College is available at www.central.edu or by calling 877-462-3687.