one thing that nobody would guess about you, something
that is odd, outrageous, or uncommon.
When I was 15, I asked a friend of mine to drive me to get a soda. Since I was visiting him at work and he wasn't off yet, he threw me his keys and told me to use his car. I had never driven anything other than my bike, but I jumped into his '78 Trans Am and drove down Broadway using the "two-feet" driving method during after-school traffic to retrieve my soft drink.
Why are you
involved with the Center For Neighborhoods?
Center For Neighborhoods has given me the confidence and knowledge to help me guide Irish Hill on neighborhood issues, small and large. Now, it is my time to give back and pass on what I have learned and how I have developed as a neighborhood leader to others by working with CFN. I am grateful to be a part of the Center For Neighborhoods' family and I am excited to become involved in improving the quality of life in all of the neighborhoods in our community.