MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Brianna Sutton, 13, Grass Valley |

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Brianna Sutton, 13, Grass Valley

How long I’ve lived in Nevada County: About 6 1/2 years.

Why I like living here: It’s a small town and everyone knows everyone.

What I do in my spare time: I play basketball for the Lyman Gilmore Lady Bombers and on Grass Valley’s recreation league.

My family: Mom, Debi; Dad, Robin; brothers Jess, Dustin, Scott and Andrew; sisters Chelsea and Janelle; and my Uncle Bill.

Best friend: All of my friends are best friends to me.

Favorite food: Spaghetti and lasagna.

Pets: Two dogs, one cat and seven fish.

Job: Lyman Gilmore student, basketball, and I am a conflict manager – someone who solves a problem between two or three friends.

What I like about my job: A good education, a good workout, and I feel good after helping out other people with their problems.

What I would change about my job: I don’t think I would change anything. I give 100 percent at everything I do.

The best job I ever had: Basketball, because it’s fun.

If I won a million: I don’t know, it depends on where I am at in life.

My favorite vacation: Nevada – my grandparents live there.

My dream vacation: New York City – it’s so much bigger than Grass Valley.

My greatest accomplishment: Basketball – I love it.

If I could relive my life, I would: Try things I never tried before.

What I’d change about the world: No war.

The most important lessons I’ve learned: To be truthful, not matter who it is.

The people who have made the biggest difference in my life: My friends Carissa, Corina, Amber, Angela, Mercadies, Lizzy, Sarah, Shelby, and my family.

My hero: My parents – they both work very hard and are always there for me.

The best book I’ve read recently: “Pardon Me, You’re Stepping on my Eyeball.”

My personal theme song: “Blurry,” by Puddle of Mudd, the BEST band ever!

Favorite TV Show: “Friends.”

A movie I’d recommend: “The Fast and the Furious.”

What you should know about me: I’m tall, a hard worker and a good friend.

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