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Who Are You? Chris Bohnet

who-are-you-chris.gifAge: 28
Employer: Courtney-Winters Funeral Home
Job title: Funeral Director
How long have you been in Drumheller? Five months.
Where are you originally from? Redcliff.
What do you like about your work? Helping people. Being there for them at a tough time in their lives... and wearing a suit!
If you were stranded on a desert island, what do you pick; book? Spiderman Comics
CD? XM Satellite Radio.
Movie? Shaun of the Dead.
Your dream car is? Cadillac STS.
At an Iron Maiden concert, you are: onstage, a roading, in the audience, or in the car? In the audience.
If you had a million dollars...: I’d travel the world until I was broke.
If you weren’t doing what you’re doing now, what would you be doing? Racing Nascars.
What did you have for breakfast? Coffee. Two sugars, one cream.
Who would you have dinner with, dead or alive? My grandpa in his younger years. He could answer my many questions about our family history.

Who Are You? - Rachel Thompson

who-are-you-rachel.jpgAge: 24
Employer: Town of Drumheller’s Community Services Department
Job title: Community Services Coordinator
What do you like about your job? I love the variety of work involved.
Are you from Drumheller? No, Port Alberni B.C., I live in Hussar. I get to drive the amazing ride to Drumheller everyday.
Hobbies and interests? Psychology, hanging out with friends, cooking, baking, and I’m in the middle of house renovations.
Dreams and goals? One day become the Director of Community Services for Drumheller.
Favourite food?Deluxe pizza.
What’s in your CD player? Kings of Leon.
What are you reading? A Million Little Pieces.
Dream car?Highend luxury SUV.
Where in the world do you want to travel? South America to visit the beaches and see the diverse culture, and New Zealand because it looks so beautiful in pictures.
Who would you have dinner with, dead or alive? My grandmother.
What would you serve her? Turkey dinner with all the fixings.
If you had a time machine, when and where would you go?To the pioneering days, the history of Alberta is so interesting.
Words to live by?What goes around comes around.
How do you take your Tim Horton’s? Tea, black.
What would you like to see in Drumheller? The recreation facility to get approved and built.

Who Are You? - Larissa Prokopchuk

who-are-you-larissa.jpgAge: 21
Employer: Fossil World Discover Centre
Job title: Retail Supervisor
Do you like your job? Yes, it’s fun, I get to spend days teaching kids about dinosaurs and fossils.
Are you from Drumheller?No, moved here from Edmonton in April.
Hobbies and interests? Hockey, and snowboarding.
Dreams or goals?Eventually own my own business. I’m going to study business in school.
Favourite food? Seafood, or anything edible.
What’s in your CD player? House techno and dance music.
If you could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who? Ellen Degeneres, she is so wicked.
Dream car? Chevy SS.
If you were stranded on a desert island and could only bring one thing, what would it be? My bestfriend, I wouldn’t want to be alone.
Words to live by? Pay it forward.
Where in the world do you want to travel? Anywhere basically, but Australia because I love the accent and I’d learn to surf.
If you had a time machine, where and when would you go? Any place in the future, to see the things that are going to be; hovering cars and stuff.
How do you take your Tim Horton’s? Double double. I’m also unimpressed how there is no Timmie’s in Drumheller.

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