by: Carla Robinson
Dominick Foley, son of Dave and Cindy Foley, was born July 20, 1994, in Sioux City.
Dominick has two younger brothers, Alex and Daytona.
Dominick is sometimes called “Dom” or “Domino” by his friends and family.
“Dom’s” favorite sport is golf; his favorite movie is Tommy Boy; his favorite musician is Rodney Atkins; and his favorite saying is, “It’s a long ways from your heart.”
When “Domino” was younger, he imagined himself as a professional fisherman or hunter.
Dominick’s most memorable moment was being named a Plymouth County Fair Prince last summer.
“Dom’s” favorite pastimes are hunting, fishing, trapshooting, and golfing.
The person who has inspired Dominick the most is Adam Randall Kroksh because Adam is always himself and showed him how to have fun while getting an education.
Dominick’s favorite childhood memory is making paper airplanes with his Grandpa Foley.
While in high school, “Domino” has been involved in FFA, large group speech, and jazz choir.
Dominick’s most embarassing moment was falling off a golf cart and hitting his head on the cement.
“Dom’s” greatest achievement is competing in the National 4-H shooting sports in Kerville, Texas.
If Dominick could give any advice to underclassmen, it would be, “Don’t procrastinate.”
If “Domino” could relive one moment of his life, it would be shooting his first deer.
What Dominick likes most about high school is the freedom to choose between different classes.
Dominick’s biggest regret about high school is not trying for the first few years.
“Dom’s” favorite excuse for not turning in his homework on time is, “I forgot.” His favorite excuse for being tardy is, “My locker was jammed.”
While in high school, Dominick’s favorite class has been Ag Independent Study because it was fun and they always ate Pringles.
After high school, Dominick plans to attend Iowa State University to study Animal Ecology.