2010/11/14 - Rachel Barton, Dylan Bailey, and Juliana Ruff Seated: Harrison Torres
Back l to r: Rachel Barton, Dylan Bailey, and Juliana Ruff Seated: Harrison Torres
This academic year, Texas Bank and Trust celebrates the thirty-third anniversary of the Student Board of Directors, a group of outstanding high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and a commitment to community service. We are proud to introduce the following 2010-2011 Student Board members:
RACHEL BARTON is a senior at Longview High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society and has been involved in the science club, the French club, Z-club, and Future Farmers of America. Rachel plans to attend the University of North Texas and major in advertising or public relations. She has volunteered at the Hiway 80 Rescue Mission and participated in the Thanksgiving food drive and the East Texas Down Syndrome Buddy Walk. Rachel attends Mobberly Baptist Church. She is the daughter of Cathy Barton and Mark Barton.
DYLAN BAILEY, a senior at Pine Tree High School, is a member of the National Honor Society and the art club. Dylan was a state finalist in both 2009 and 2010 for his acrylic paintings and received honorable mention in the PTA Reflections program for his photography. Dylan has received awards in UIL Ready Writing, in the Laws of Life essay contest, and has had an essay published in the Creative Communications contest. He is unsure of a college at this time, but plans to pursue his love of art with his future studies. Dylan is active at First United Methodist Church and volunteers for local charities. He is the son of Lani and Jeff Bailey.
JULIANA RUFF is a senior at Trinity School of Texas (TST). She serves as treasurer for the Z-club and also for student government. Juliana is a member of the National Honor Society and has attended both the LeTourneau Leadership Conference and Leadership Tomorrow. She represented TST in the 2010 Yamboree. Juliana plans to major in biology, attend medical school, and pursue her dream of becoming a physician. She attends First United Methodist Church. Juliana has studied ballet for 16 years and also enjoys jazz, hip-hop, and modern dance. She is the daughter of Lori and Eric Ruff.
HARRISON TORRES, son of Dr. Bill and Karen Torres, is a senior at Longview High School. He plays on the Lobo varsity football team and has been a member of the band. Harrison participates in the science club and also with Refuge International. He is a member of the National Honor Society and the Boy Scouts of America, where he serves as patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader, and librarian for the Scouts. Harrison hopes to attend The University of Texas and then apply to medical school. His hobbies and interests include being in the great outdoors hunting and fishing.