hinds community college has selected the hi-steppers for 2019-20.
veteran members are, front from left, laura duncan of florence, mysheaira taylor of canton, myriah boyd of pearl (lieutenant); brandon residents jaya brown (captain), jaide seals (lieutenant) and katie burns (lieutenant), and allennia shelby of natchez.
new members include, back from left, kylee cunningham, naomi edwards and april lee, all of raymond; courtney cummins of brandon, meagan ross of carthage, merritt bynum of brandon, allyson hartling of clinton, jada todd of milwaukee, wis., anna claire buchanan, emily gray and natalie clanton, all of vicksburg; and cheyanne wynn, rahael robinson and aaliyah ross, all of clinton.
the hinds hi-steppers are one of the oldest precision dance lines in the nation and perform at football games, exhibitions, parades, and community and charitable events. the hi-steppers are under the direction of angela hite of raymond.
as mississippi’s largest community college, hinds community college is a comprehensive institution offering quality, affordable educational opportunities with academic programs of study leading to seamless university transfer and career and technical programs teaching job-ready skills. with six locations in central mississippi, hinds enrolls about 12,000 students each fall semester. to learn more, visit www.hindscc.edu or call 1.800.hindscc.