Parker County Today PCT June 2018 - Page 34

Now Serving Two Locations Continued from page 28 •Small Animal •Large Animal •Boarding •Grooming Ryan E. Cate, DVM 819 Santa Fe Drive | Weatherford, TX 76086 (817) 594-0216 | Metro: (817) 596-8808 Mon-Fri: 8am–5:30pm | Sat: 8am–12pm • Emergency calls after hours • 1421 FM 1189 Ste. 4 | Brock, TX 76087 (817) 599-8085 Mon-Thur: 7:30am–6pm | Fri: 7:30am–5pm 32 capernaum gardens retreats laser tag parties event space film sets field trips day rentals College. He’s very focused on fitness, health, and nutrition, and wants to finish school and become a fitness trainer. He’d also like to help give back to the community. “I would like to be a coach, and … [be] train- ing kids, getting them ready for high school sports and stuff like that. I plan on running camps during the summer and spring,” Livingston said. Livingston has been working at Antebellum Alehouse since they opened, serving as a bartender there. A good friend of his had previ- ously been a Bachelor, and when Livingston got the chance, he jumped at it. “Not everyone gets asked this, so it’s an opportunity that I want to take, for sure,” Livingston said. He loves animals and is thrilled to be working with the Weatherford Animal Shelter for his charity, and wants to help raise as much money as possible to help them out. Livingston has been with the Texas Bullets, a semi-professional football league, for the past six years. During his free time, he enjoys hang- ing out in a small circle of family and friends. He is an avid fan of disc golf and enjoys working out. He also, it seems, is a bit of a sports adventurer. “I’m an adrenaline junkie,” Livingston admitted, saying that he goes snowboarding just about every winter.