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MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Lacey Torres, 13, Grass Valley

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How long I’ve lived in Nevada County: Three years.

Why I like living here: Good schools.

What I do in my spare time: Talk on the phone with my friends.



My family: My sister, Chelsi; my mom, Julie; and my dad, Rocky.

Best friend: Kelcie Harris, Christine Heiberger.




Favorite food: McDonald’s Oreo McFlurry.

Pets: A dog, Rolo; two cats, Cheeto and Oreo.

If I won a million: Buy myself clothes, buy my mom her dream house, get Dodger tickets for my dad, give to charity, then go on a cruise.

My favorite vacation: Disneyland.

My dream vacation: Hawaii.

My greatest accomplishment: My A in Pre-Algebra.

What I’d change about the world: Get rid of overprotective parents and elect a new president.

The people who have made the biggest difference in my life: Mr. Kinkaid, my math teacher. Basically, all my teachers at Union Hill and my parents.

My hero: Avril Lavigne, because she doesn’t care what people think about her, and my parents.

My personal theme song: “Anything But Ordinary,” by Avril Lavigne.

Favorite TV Show: “Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter.”

A movie I’d recommend: “The Princess Diaries.”

What you should know about me: I change moods often.

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