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MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Victoria Nunnink

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Age: 12 and a half.

Where I live: Grass Valley.

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

Why I like living here: My friends and family are all here.

What I do in my spare time: Listen to music, talk on the phone, watch TV, and go to the movies with friends.

My family: My dad, my stepmom, Nana and Pa Pa.

Best friend: Courtney Best, Raechel Burk and Kelsey Smith.

Favorite food: Tacos.

Pets: Two birds, two fish, two cats and one bunny.

School: Union Hill School.

What I like about my school: All my friends are there and the teachers are cool.

What I would change about my school: Get lockers!

If I won a million: Invest in the stock market and whatever I had left over, I would put in the bank.

My favorite vacation: Las Vegas.

My dream vacation: New Zealand.

My greatest accomplishment: Playing football on an all boys team.

What I’d change about the world: A better justice system.

The most important lessons I’ve learned: You should always stand up for what you believe in.

The people who have made the biggest difference in my life: Jesus and my family.

My hero: Daddy.

The best book I’ve read recently: “Embraced by the Light.”

My personal theme song: “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.”

Favorite TV Show: “E.R.”

A movie I’d recommend: “Titanic” and “Spider-Man!”

What you should know about me: I’m outgoing, I love to hang out with my friends, and I love my family.

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