Local UNA students join Phi Kappa Phi

FLORENCE - The following local UNA students were recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines:

Tiffany Harbison, of Arley;
Stormy Sides, of Haleyville;
Meaghan Hardy Reed, of Phil Campbell.

They are among approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation only.

McCrary crowned Miss UNA 2020

Miss UNA 2020 Caitlin McCrary, who is a native of Double Springs. (Photo by Leah Johnson, UNA staff photographer)
FLORENCE - University of North Alabama senior Caitlin Hope McCrary, of Double Springs, was crowned Miss UNA 2020 at the Miss UNA program, "The Greatest Show on Earth", Saturday evening, Jan. 25, at Florence Middle School auditorium.

WCHS grad signs UNA mascot scholarship

Pictured above is Chase Cummins signing his scholarship. On the back row from left are: Allin Bailey, Winston County Board of Education member, stepmother Melissa Cummins; mother Kimberly Kratz; Megan Dye, UNA head cheer coach and WCHS Principal Jeff Cole.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - Chase Cummins decided to be a mascot his senior year to help bring even  more spirit to the activities at Winston County High School.
That decision has landed him a scholarship as a mascot for the University of North Alabama Lions.  He will be one of three who will serve in that capacity. The candidates had to create a 1-2 minute skit and perform to their own music. Candidates were judged on creativity, fan appeal and prop use.