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MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Colin Patrick Tooley

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Name: Colin Patrick Tooley

Age: 10, birthday, Jan. 1.

Where I live: Grass Valley.

How long I’ve lived in Nevada County: All my life.

Why I like living here: I like all the trails and trees.

What I do in my spare time: I read books, play with my sisters, and ride my bike and draw.

My family: My dad, Kevin; mom, Lucy; and sisters Amanda, Kellina and Bethany.

My friends: Andrew, Derek and Justin.

Favorite food: Pizza and chocolate chip cookies.

Pets: None, yet.

If I won a million: I’d give to help the needy children, give to the church and buy a GameCube for my family.

My favorite vacation: When our family went to Monterey and I saw the ocean for the first time.

My dream vacation: Disney World.

My greatest accomplishment: When I won a first-place trophy at a martial arts meet.

What I’d change about the world: I’d want everyone to know how much God loves them.

The people who have made the biggest difference in my life: My mom and dad.

My hero: Jesus Christ.

The best book I’ve read recently: Hardy Boys and Cooper Kids’ adventures.

My music: Relient K, P.O.D., Jump 5, DC Talk.

Favorite TV Show: Spiderman cartoon.

A movie I’d recommend: “Ice Age.”

What you should know about me: I want to be a doctor. I love Jesus and I really like spy games and spy toys. I’m a Alta Sierra Elementary School fifth-grader, and my favorite subject is math.

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