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:
KAYLA FARRAR, daughter of Ida and John Farrar, is a senior at Longview High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, both the Spanish and Anchor clubs, and serves as president of the Z-Club. Kayla plans to attend Austin College and major in biology, with a future goal to enter medical school and become a doctor. Her interests and hobbies include traveling, playing sports, and hanging out with friends.
SEAN CRIDER is a senior at Longview High School where he serves on the Student Council and is a member of the National Honor Society and the Interact club. Sean also serves as captain for the varsity tennis team. While he is undecided on his college choice at this time, Sean does plan a future career in government and possibly politics. He is an active member at First United Methodist Church where he participates in the Youth Worship Band and also with Youth Leadership. In his free time, Sean enjoys music, sports, and fishing. He is the son of Laurie and Larry Crider.
MOLLY MCGUIRE, a senior at Pine Tree High School, is the daughter of Elisabeth and Andy McGuire. She is active in both the Peer Assistance and Leadership Students (PALS) and the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) organizations. Molly serves as the Z-Club team captain and chair. She is also a member of the math/science team and the Spanish club. Molly is undecided on her college major at this time and is considering attending Texas A&M University. She is active at Mobberly Baptist Church in Youth Leadership, choir, drama, softball, and teaches Sunday school.
KENDALL KENNEDY will graduate from Pine Tree High School. She is active in the sports program and plays both varsity volleyball and basketball for PTHS. Kendall is a member of the National Honor Society, Z-Club, Peer Assistance and Leadership Students (PALS), and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). She plans to attend Texas Tech University and major in health science or kinesiology with hopes of becoming a successful physical therapist. Kendall is active in the youth group at Mobberly Baptist Church and she loves playing and watching any sport, playing the guitar, and spending time with friends and family. She is the daughter of Dianna and Joseph Kennedy.