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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 7, 1999
HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN CROWNED DURING M- WEEK AT SDSM& T
Anthony Shearer of Hot Springs and Amy Williams of Rapid City were crowned homecoming king and queen during the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology ( SDSM& T) M- Week activities the week of September 26 – October 2, 1999. Shearer is the son of Dick and Bev Shearer of Hot Springs, and Williams is the daughter of Donald and Sandra of Rapid City.
Shearer is a civil and environmental engineering major at Tech. His campus activities include participation in Delta Sigma Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Leadership Development Team, the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, United Campus Ministry Leadership Team, and TONITE ( Tech’s Outrageous New Initiative For Total Entertainment). The Leadership Development Team was Shearer’s sponsoring organization.
Williams’ is an interdisciplinary sciences and chemistry major at Tech. Her campus activities include Alpha Delta Pi, American Chemical Society, Interfraternal Council, M- Week Committee, TONITE, Orientation Leader, and intramural sports. Her sponsoring organization was the Triangle Fraternity.
Members of the 1999 homecoming court include Brian Goertz of Freeman, Brian Gregg of Springfield VA, Pete Ridl of Dickinson ND, Ryan Wood of Hulett WY, Jami Barraclough of Spearfish, Jessica Gould of Black Hawk, Kristin Hensley of Townsend MT, and Amy Landreth of Chadron NE.
Photo caption: Anthony Shearer of Hot Springs and Amy Williams of Rapid City were crowned homecoming king and queen during SDSM& T’s M- Week festivities.
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