15 minutes with … a Grand River Medical Center employee
Age: 18Place of birth: Grand JunctionOccupation: Registration desk at Grand River Medical Center and studentWhen did you move to Garfield County and why? 10 years ago, because my dad got a job here.First thing you’d buy after winning the lottery? A new car. A Pontiac Grand Am.First or best job ever? My first job was cooking at a preschool. I was 16.
Best vacation ever? We went to Missouri to visit family.What do you do in your spare time? Cross stitchGreatest accomplishment: Right now I guess it would be working full time, while I’m in home school part time and going to college part time.Ever had a book, movie, news event change your life? The “Left Behind” series.Best piece of advice you’ve ever received; or a cliché to live by? My dad always says to “work smarter not harder.”As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? A doctor. I still do want to be a doctor.If you only had three TV channels, what would you watch? I don’t watch much TV anyway. I guess it would be NBC, ABC and Fox News.
Any tattoos? NoIf you could invite any three people to dinner, who would they be, what would you serve and what would you talk about? That’s a hard one. Michael W. Smith, a Christian singer. We would talk about music. Todd Stoner, my friend who’s in Iraq. We would probably talk about his experiences. And Kirk Cameron. We would talk about religion. I would serve Mexican food because I like cooking it.What’s the greatest invention of all time? The phone. We use it all the time.FavoritesMovie: “A Walk to Remember” and “Pearl Harbor”Breakfast cereal: Granola
Song: “Friends” by Michael W. SmithSinger: Michael W. SmithAthlete: Michelle KwanFood: MexicanWeb site: YahooPlace in Garfield County: Rifle FallsSport to watch: Ice skating and gymnastics
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Down 14-7 with less than 11 minutes left in regulation, Rifle head coach Todd Casebier decided it was time to deviate from his ground-and-pound offense for a bit of an aerial attack.