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21 QUESTIONS: Evan Yager

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Name: Evan Yager.

Age: 18

Town: Camptonville.



My family: mom, Mary Yager; dad, Randy Yager; sister, Manda Yager.

School: Recently graduated from the Nevada Joint Union High School District.




Year: Graduated from Adult Ed in January.

My best subject: Tractor operation, mechanics, heavy machinery.

The subject that I find the hardest: English.

My proudest moment: Opening a business.

What I was like when I was in kindergarten: I got in trouble a lot for being noisy. I liked to win games.

How my friends would describe me: Nice, honest, hard-working.

If you knew only one thing about me, this is what it should be: 18 years old and business oriented.

The one thing that always makes me laugh: A good joke.

My favorite movie and why: “Full Metal Jacket,” it shows you a good perspective of what war is like. It’s my favorite war movie by far.

The best book I’ve ever read and why: “The Diary of a 49er.” It gives a good perspective of what life in Nevada City was like in the 1800s.

My favorite music: I like all good music.

My hobbies and interests: Tractor work, motorcycling, snowboarding and skateboarding.

The place I’d like most to visit: Europe.

What I want to do with my life: I want to develop my business and produce several other businesses.

What I plan to do reach my goals: Work hard every day.

The one thing I’d like to give the world: Economic success. Everything I’ve received, I want to give back.

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