Parker County Today June 2017 - Page 108

! G IN Continued from page 99 She also participated in multiple drama productions. Her favorite memory of high school was taking a trip to Italy through a company called Global Next. They got to experience the culture, with her favorite moment being eating at a small café in the streets of Rome. “It was a dream come true to go to Europe,” she continued. When she heads east, she will miss how close the community is and how many family-involved activities that are provided here in Parker County, something she did not get to experience where she previ- ously lived. IR H W NO Salutatorian Daisy Graham Parents-Jessica and Jason Graham GPA-3.90 mopheadscleaningservice@yahoo.com www.mopheadscleaningservc.com Like us on Facebook! The most thorough carpet cleaning on the planet ... or it’s Free! I have had my carpets cleaned by hard working individuals that did noteworthy job, however it does not come close to the thorough service provided by Valtierra Cleaning Service! Great customer service, Matt is fantastic. 106 I love using services provided by local businesses. Michelle spoke to me on several occasions as if we were old pals. She an- swered all my questions and Matt was the same. I value their values customer service is not as visible as it should be these days but trust me they value you as much as you value them. Pam Huttow Perrin, TX Valtierra Carpet Cleaning, Inc. Weatherford, TX • 817-599-9866 Though this gradu- ate doesn’t quite know what she wants to do as a career, Daisy will be majoring in International Business at the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor the fall. “Hopefully I will figure it out along the way when I get there,” said Daisy. Throughout her six years at Victory Baptist, she has acquired a long list of activities that have kept her busy throughout her high school career. These activities include numerous sports, such as basketball, volleyball, tennis and track, and multiple clubs and organizations, such as choir, yearbook, drama club and orches- tra. She is also the president of their school’s branch of the American Christian Honor Society, and is very involved with her youth group at Victory Baptist Church. She likes a lot of things about Parker County since it is where she spent her childhood, though one thing she likes in particu- lar are the old country roads. Though she has a lot of favorite memories of high school, she believes that “gradu- ation is going to be the best,” said Daisy. “Get back to me in a couple of weeks.”