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Alda, Omaha Natives Crowned Peru State College’s 2008 Homecoming King and Queen


2008 PSC Homecoming King & Queen
(L to R) Peru State College President Stan Carpenter, Queen Lindsey Husen, King Courtney Kidd, PSC’s 2007 Homecoming King Taylor Dunekacke.

(Peru, Neb.) Seniors Lindsey Husen and Courtney Kidd were crowned Peru State College’s (PSC) 2008 homecoming king and queen by President Stan Carpenter during half-time of Saturday’s football game against Northwest Oklahoma. The duo was elected by members of the PSC student body.


Husen, an Alda native, is a math education and coaching major. While at PSC, Husen has served as a Student Ambassador, Top Cat, retention leader, math tutor and staff writer for the PSC Times. She has also been actively involved with the Campus Activities Board, Peru’s Individual Leaders of Today, Alpha Mu Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, the Peru State Education Association, intramurals and served as a line judge for volleyball games.  Outside of PSC, Husen is a member of the American Legion Women’s Auxiliary. 


Husen graduated from Wood River High School. She is the daughter of Henry and Sheri Husen of Alda.


Kidd, an Omaha native, is an accounting major with a mathematics minor. He is a member of the football team and enjoys playing basketball. Kidd is a graduate of Omaha Northwest. He is the son of Tambra and Courtney Kidd, Sr. of Omaha.