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Who Are You? Jenessa McAuley


Employer: The Salvation Army.
Occupation: Community and Family Services worker.
What do you like most about your job? When God heals people and answers prayers for our clients.
How long have you worked there? 7 months.
What was your very first job? Paper route.
How long have you worked in the Valley? 1 year.
Where are you from? Swift Current, SK.
If you could travel anywhere in the world where would it be and why? Mbita Kisumu, Kenya to visit friends.
If you could travel through time, when and where would you go? When the Israelites were freed from slavery.
If you were stranded on a desert island and could bring three things what would they be? Bible, my husband and our board game collection.
Who has the biggest influence on your life? Jesus Christ.
What do you like to do while on vacation? Swim in the ocean.
Favorite movie? Selma.
If your life had a theme song what would it be? I Will Wait - Mumford and Sons.
Favorite book? The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom.
Favorite food? Fruit pie and ice cream.
Ski or snowboard? Snowboard.
Favorite winter outdoor activity? Skating at a rink with a fire pit.
Favorite season? Summer.
If you had to go without one of these two things what would you give up, cell phone or microwave oven? Microwave.

Who Are You? Nancy Peterson


Nancy Peterson
Employer: Bold Efexx and Beauty Obsession By Nancy.
Occupation: Hair Stylist and Microblading Technician.
Dream job: Stay at home mom. I miss my kids when working.
Favorite part about your current job: I help enhance people’s existing beauty by shaping already beautiful brows.
How long have you been at your job? Since the beginning of September.
Where are you originally from? The Red Deer area.
What are three words to describe yourself? Energetic, driven, thoughtful.
What would you prefer? Chocolate or celery? Chocolate. Unless the celery has chocolate on it.
If you could hang out with anyone from anytime, who would it be and what would you do? Cleopatra because she was a very strong woman. We would just chill in the spa all day.
If you had a theme song for your life, what would it be? The Titanium cover by Madilyn Bailey.
What activities do you do? Soccer and softball.
What is your favorite sport? Soccer.
If you had your own band what would you play? I would be the singer.
If you had a superpower what would it be? To be able to decode the true meaning of what people say.
What is your favorite winter activity? Skating with my kids.
What is the cheapest but most meaningful Christmas gift you have ever received? Anything homemade by my kids.
Words of wisdom you live by: Live for yourself, if you start loosing that you need to start loosing people.

Who Are You? Mark Chung



Name? Mark Chung.
Job Title? Christ the Redeemer School Division Trustee.
How long have you been in Drumheller? All my life, except for when I attended the University of Calgary.
What do you like about living in Drumheller? I like the small town feel.
What is your ideal vacation? Warm tropical islands.
If you could travel through time and space, where and when would you go? The Ming Dynasty.
If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three things would you bring? My cell phone, a book by Timothy Farris and a flashlight because I am scared of the dark.
If you could have dinner with anyone dead or alive…? my father and we would have Chinese food and lobster.
If you could eat one thing for the rest of your life? Goldfish crackers.
If they were to make a movie about your life, who would play your part? Mark Walberg.
What song would you have played whenever you enter a room? I’m Blue by Eiffel 65.
Skiing or snowboarding? Skiing.
What is one piece of technology you cannot live without? My glasses.
What superpower would you like to have? X-ray vision.
Words of Wisdom? From my Dad, “Any yo-yo can do it a second time.”

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