MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Sarah Bahrman, 14 |

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Sarah Bahrman, 14

Where I live: Grass Valley, south county.

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

Why I like living here: I’m able to raise animals.

What I do in my spare time: I play trumpet in the Bear River symphonic band, I’m second chair for the FFA parliamentary procedure, and I help raise tons of animals.

My family: My mom, dad, two brothers and a sister.

Best friend: Christina Balesteros. We’ve been friends for a long time, and she’s always there when I need her.

Favorite food: Taquitos.

Pets: Chickens, pigs, cows, horses, goats, turtles, rats, dogs, cats, rabbits.

Job: Farmer.

What I like about my job: It’s interesting. We have babies born in the springtime, and we get to go to the fair. I’ve raised grand champion goats and won the obstacle course at the fair.

What I would change about my job: Nothing. I like it the way it is.

The best job I ever had: Farming.

If I won a million: I’d buy a cow. And chickens. I have a mad obsession with them.

My favorite vacation: Visiting family in Southern California and going to the beach.

My dream vacation: Hawaii.

My greatest accomplishment: Achieving a 3.0 grade-point average.

If I could relive my life I would: Start school over again. If I relived my life, I’d get better grades.

What I’d change about the world: Sept. 11, 2001. I’d like to relive that day.

The most important lessons I’ve learned: Hard work pays off.

The people who have made the biggest difference in my life: My parents and teachers and Mr. Paasch, my Ag teacher.

My hero: The Dixie Chicks. I like their music and their message.

The best book I’ve read recently: “Romeo and Juliet.” It’s hilarious.

My personal theme song: “Traveling Soldier,” by the Dixie Chicks.

Favorite TV show: I don’t watch TV.

A movie I’d recommend: “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.”

What you should know about me: That I’m always insanely busy.

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