Dyamond Richardson, daughter of Tonya and Donny Franklin of Batchelor, was crowned as Livonia’s Homecoming Queen on Friday, September 29th in front of a packed Wildcat Stadium. Dyamond and the other 14 senior maids of this year’s court were actively involved in an array of activities throughout Homecoming Week. The court was presented at the annual Wildcat Community Pep Rally on Wednesday, September 27th. They were also introduced to students at Stem Magnet Academy and at the LHS school pep rally on Friday, September 29th.
Dyamond is a member of the Freshman Orientation Team. Although she is currently undecided about where to attend college, she is leaning towards a major in the medical field.
Hannah Threeton was named first maid. She is the daughter of Phillis and John Threeton and resides in Fordoche. As a Varsity Cheerleader, she is this year’s lieutenant. She is in Beta and is currently the Vice President. Hannah is also a member of the 4-H Club, Student Council, FCA, and Junior Historians. She is a member of the Freshmen Orientation Team and has traveled to Europe with the French Class. Hannah is planning to attend ULM to major in Biology and then pursue a degree in dentistry.
Morley Chenevert, daughter of Roye Lynn and Clayton Chenevert of Livonia, was named second maid. Morley has been a Wildcat cheerleader since 7th grade and is this year’s co-captain. She is in the Beta Club, FCA, and is a member of the Freshmen Orientation Team. She has traveled to Europe with the French Class. Morley plans to attend Southeastern University in Hammond and major in nursing with the goal of becoming a travel nurse. She was able to get a jump start on her future plans by participating in AHEC this summer at Pointe Coupee General Hospital.
The staff of Livonia High School commends all of the beautiful and accomplished young ladies who represented the school in such fine manner.