Avery Havird

“I’d personally have to say my mom is the most important person in my whole life. It’s kinda of cliche but she’s taught me from a young age that manners are very important and it’s important in life to make sure you can connect with others rather than focusing purely on yourself because they form the foundation of your life, not just you. And being able to have good manners and being able to talk to people in a comfortable way, I am able to do so much more than if I had no communication skills and terrible manners.”

“The most influential person I have has got to be my friend Will Stewart. Ever since 6th grade, middle school, we’ve been very close. He’s taken me from an introverted kid who had not the best social skills to someone who can connect to more people, many more than I ever imagined I could in my life. We’ve hung out so often, we’ve been able to go on many vacations together, made so many new friends, and had so many opportunities to just grow as people together. And through his help with connecting to people, I’ve been able to make life-long friends and been able to just grow as a person along with him. ”

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