Coal Creek Scholar Amy Dugger crowned
2004 Homecoming Queen
at Lincoln Memorial University

Lincoln Memorial University
2004 Homecoming Queen
Amy Dugger

Coal Creek Scholar Amy Dugger was crowned Homecoming Queen at Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) on September 23, 2004.  Amy, a graduate of Briceville Elementary and Anderson County High School, is a junior majoring in Psychology.   Amy and Homecoming King Takuma Kuroki were selected by student vote and were sponsored by Kappa Pi Omega and Gamma Lamda Sigma.   She is the daughter of Geneva and John K. Dugger and granddaughter of John and Margie Dugger and Annie Phillips all of Briceville.

Amy received the first Nantglo Scholarship presented by the Coal Creek Watershed Foundation in 2002. 

We can't wait for Amy's next visit with Briceville students when she tells them about life at college this year!

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