Parker County Today June 2017 - Page 101

C ontinued from page 91 either running for a small-town office or working in grassroots politics. In her final year of high school, she is a class representative in student council, president of National Honor Society, editor of the yearbook, captain of the cheer squad, on the chapel committee, and on the track team. Her favorite part of being at WCS these past seven years has been her “classmates and our close relationships.” Her favorite senior memory is either winning homecom- ing and being prom queen, or senior skip day. Even though she is moving away soon, she knows that by living in Parker County, when she comes back and visits, she will see a familiar face everywhere she goes. Victory Baptist Academy Valedictorian Chenisse Squire McCrory Mitchell & Mitchell & Associates GENERAL CONTRACTOR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 817.599.6815 817.599.6800 1110 E Bankhead Dr • Weatherford, Texas 76086 Parents- Dave and Lynn Squire GPA- 3.94 Sit in Comfort 2312 Montgomery St., Fort Worth 76107 Located in the Cultural Arts District • 817.377.1004 Open Mon- Fri 9-6, Sat. 9-5 Choose from over 100 bar stools for your kitchen, bar or game room Come this fall, Chenisse will be moving all the way to Florida to attend Pensacola Christian College. She is planning on major- ing in missions, but will also be taking business classes. She hopes to become a missionary and go “wherever God calls to spread his gospel.” She is interested in join- ing a mission’s organization that will help her spread the gospel and Bibles to people across the world. She has attended Victory Baptist for a little over four years, joining the school during the second semester of her eighth-grade year. She is a part of many organizations through her school, including the American Christian Honor Society, orchestra, and choir. Continued on page 108 99