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21 Questions: Kathleen Wolter

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Name: Kathleen Wolter

Age: 13

Town: Grass Valley.



My family: Mom; dad; brothers Jimmy and Corey; sister, Chanel.

School: Magnolia School.




Grade: Eighth.

My best subject: Math.

The subject that I find hardest: Science.

My proudest moment: When I won the goat-tying competition at Semas Rodeo School in Auburn last November.

What I was like when I was in kindergarten: I was a little villain.

How my friends would describe me: Fun.

If you knew only one thing about me, this is what it should be: That I like to have fun.

The one thing that always makes me laugh: My best friends, Karrie and Megan.

My favorite movie, and why: “Lonesome Dove,” because it reminds me of home.

The best book I’ve ever read and why: “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” by C.S. Lewis because it’s full of imagination. It makes you think back on your childhood.

My favorite music: Country.

My hobbies and interests: Horseback riding, rodeo, roping cattle.

The place I’d like most to visit: The state of Nevada.

What I want to do with my life: I want to live on a ranch in Nevada, and sooner or later I want to be a rodeo contractor. Contractors supply stock for the rodeos. I want to own by own bull ranch.

What I plan to do to reach my goals: Go to Chico State and major in agriculture.

The one thing I’d like to give the world: I’d like to give the world a smile to remind them to have fun because you only live once.

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