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Name: Adrienne McWhorter.
Family: Husband, Mac, two children, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Residence: Yuba City.
Occupation: Retired. I worked as a Christian Science nurse in San Francisco for 17 years.
Hobbies, interests: We belong to three motorcycle clubs — Gold Wings, Harley Club and Moose Rider Club — and with the Christian Science Church I am the book store librarian and was elected as a first reader. And I wrote the book "Answered Prayer — the Life of a Christian Scientist."
Where do you get your news? Christian Science Monitor, Appeal-Democrat, Territorial Dispatch, Fox News and other TV.
What brought you to the Yuba-Sutter area? My husband grew up in this area; we came back to his home.
What do you like about the Yuba-Sutter area? The kind of country feel — I like to drive past the fields.
What would you do with a million dollars? Use it to help those who need it, especially with the Christian Science church such as camps for kids, nursing homes for elders and visiting nurse groups.
Who has had a strong influence in your life? My mother — she looked at everything as good, she never saw anything as bad.
Do you have a favorite memory to share? The two-month motorcycle ride my husband I took from Yuba City to Key West, Fla. Since we retired in 2000, we've also taken our bikes on an eight-state trip throughout the western United States and another six weeks that included Sturgis, SD, for Harley's 100th anniversary.
When did you start traveling? My husband retired from the Air Force and later from United Airlines, so we've lived in Montana, Germany, Florida and Texas. Except for in Germany, we've always had a motorcycle.
What did you want to do when you were a kid? I wanted to ride a bicycle. I had a horse. My friends would come to visit to ride the horses and I would visit them to ride bicycles.
What is your dream job? What I'm doing now, the healing work of Christian Science.
What do you like about yourself? That I can pray and get some answers.
What are you currently reading? "The Power of Now" by Eckhart Tolle.