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Taylor Bork

Homecoming Queen

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On October 8, 1993, Rachelle Johnsen and Kellie Bork were blessed with their daughter, Taylor Lynn Bork. Taylor’s family also includes her brother Jeremy, her step-dad Colin Johnsen, her step-mom Kathy Bork, her step-brother Kyler Johnsen, her step-sister Kayce Johnsen, and her dog Bear.

Taylor has been involved throughout her high school career at Central Lyon. These activities include: volleyball, basketball, track, softball, International Club, Student Council, dance team, jazz choir, swing choir, and solo contest. She is also honored to have made the high honor roll and honor roll throughout high school and lettered in volleyball and basketball her junior year. Taylor also was nominated for homecoming court, and is this year’s homecoming queen!

Outside of school, Taylor has been involved in RCYF (her youth group), praise team, TEC, Vacation Bible School. She also has attended Rocky Mountain High.

Her senior year classes consist of public speaking, chorus, human anatomy and physiology, child development, work study, grammar, foods, single survival, and government. However, her favorite subject is human anatomy and physiology. She was also voted by her class as best sportsmanship.

Taylor enjoys reading the Bible as well as listening to Christian and country music. Her favorite movies are “Get Smart” and “Soul Surfer,” and her favorite shows are “Love in the Wild” and “The Sing-Off.” Taylor also likes the color purple and eating pizza or pasta.

Taylor’s most memorable moment in high school was going on the band and choir trip. When asked to state words of wisdom to the underclassmen, Taylor suggests, “Enjoy high school because it really goes by fast.” If she could spend the day with one person, she would spend it with Carrie Underwood because she loves her music and she is a strong Christian and great person.

Taylor’s future plans include going to a four year college and getting her nursing degree and hopefully becoming a pediatric nurse. In ten years she sees herself married with kids and having a great job in a hospital. Good luck in the future, Taylor!

Written by Tori Figge