Senior Leaves Her Mark
Molly Jo Meester came into the world on December 15, 1989. Her parents are Randy and Jan Meester; she has two brothers, Matt and Tom, and a dog, Augie. Her family moved to Rock Rapids from Ellsworth when Molly was four years old.
Molly is involved in an ample number of activities. She’s currently active in volleyball, wrestling cheerleading, TAP program, mock trial, and international club. Molly thoroughly enjoys music and drama, showed by her involvement in choir, jazz choir, swing choir, school musical, and large group speech. Throughout high school she has received many awards for her work in school and extra-curricular activities. She was named Best Dressed, Best Laugh, Most Gullible, and Most Likely to Become Famous for the senior class. She has been on the honor roll for four years and last year was inducted into National Honor Society and earned All-State speech honors. She currently attends Senior RCYF at the First Reformed Church and is the “Children in Worship” leader.
Molly’s academic agenda is just as daunting as her extra-curricular schedule. Her classes include: today’s family, business marketing, grammar, single survival, chem. com., government, P.E., psychology, speech, and journalism.
Molly’s favorite movie is Mean Girls. She’ll listen to any and all country music. She loves pineapple and the color pink. The Pact is Molly’s preferred book. Her favorite classes are business marketing, journalism, and anything in Mrs. Sheldon’s room. Her favorite T.V. shows include Family Guy and Grey’s Anatomy.
After high school, Molly plans to attend Iowa State or Northern Iowa for fashion merchandising or graphic advertising. In ten years she hoped to be married with a child or two and working at a good job that she enjoys.
Her most memorable high school moments were large group speech improv practices and state wrestling. The one person Molly would want to spend a day with would be Carrie Underwood. “She seems like a down to earth celebrity and I love her music.” For advice to the underclassmen, Molly says, “Don’t let anyone else bring you down or hold you back from something you want.” This senior has definitely practiced what she preached throughout her very successful career at Central Lyon.