Nov 26 2015
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Another door swung open for Kayla LaVonne Overstreet on Saturday evening. A very important door.
The 20-year daughter of John and Deborah Overstreet and Aimee and Bo Shannon was among more than 20 students to receive cosmetology degrees during commencement services for the Ranger College School of Cosmetology this past weekend. In all, a total of 21 students from across the state were presented degrees during a ceremony held at the Cowboy Church of Erath County on Aug. 7, 2015.
“It was exciting,” said Overstreet, a graduate of Llano High School who completed the year-long cosmetology program with high honors. “I’m looking forward to getting started.”
Ranger College President William Campion praised Overstreet, as well as all of the other graduates, for completing the cosmetology program, saying it will open new doors and opportunities for them in their future.
“These events are very special because they mark the opening of new doors in our lives,” said Campion. “Each one of these young women have achieved a milestone. It is a milestone they need to be recognized for. We, at Ranger College, salute you for your accomplishment. To you, we say congratulations on a job well done.”