Twenty Bethany College students were elected to the 2010 Homecoming court during the college’s recent Homecoming festivities.

Every year, Bethany students elect ten female and ten male senior students to be Homecoming candidates. After a second round of voting, this year’s Homecoming royalty were crowned Oct. 15 at the Homecoming talent show.

Kimberly Clouse, Topeka, Kan., was crowned 2010 Homecoming queen. Homecoming king was the late Manuel Honeycutt, Montbello, Colo.

Clouse is majoring in biology. She is a member of the dance team, serving as captain for three years. She has also been a resident advisor and member of Alpha Theta Chi sorority, Gold Key, Tri-Beta and Student Congress. Clouse is the daughter of Ken and Jane Clouse.

Honeycutt, a management and business administration major, passed away on October 9. He was a member of the basketball team and voted by his teammates as “most inspirational.” He was the son of Tyrone and Sharon Honeycutt.

First runners-up were Judy Parsons, Pratt, Kan., and Michael Klaassen, Marquette, Kan.

Parsons, a biology major, has been involved in Alpha Theta Chi sorority, Gold Key, Tri-Beta and the Bio-Chem Club. She is the daughter of Gene and Jan Parsons.

Klaassen is majoring in mathematics. He has participated in choir, Blue Key and the VonNeumann Society.Klaassen is the son of David and Margaret Klaassen.

Second runners-up were Emily Dwerlkotte, Frankfort, Kan., and Jesse Munt