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Name: Lindsey Ford.
Family: Husband, Sean; mom, Lydia Sherrin; sister, Kelli Rice; brother, Corey Sherrin.
Residence: Knights Landing.
Occupation: Coordinator for the before- and after-school program at the Yuba City Unified School District. And a substitute teacher.
Hobbies, interests: I run, coach for the Girls on the Run program; plus reading, cooking and spending time with my husband.
Your personal favorite community project: Girls on the Run — I first started volunteering with the program, then a collaboration was formed between the schools and its sponsors, Soroptimists. We have it at eight sites, for girls in grades third to fifth. Now we need something for the boys.
Where do you get your news? I have an Appeal-Democrat app on my iPhone; also KCRA 3 and Talk 650.
What brought you to the Yuba-Sutter area? My family is all from here — I think I was fifth generation at Marysville High School.
Where would you like to settle down someday? Maybe go back to West Virginia — that's where my husband is from.
What is the closest you've been to a famous person? When we lived in Reno, Nev., my mom always had us wave to limousines as they drove by "just in case it was someone famous." One time, Daryl Hall of Hall and Oates opened his window and waved to us.
What would you do with a million dollars? Start a Boys and Girls Club in Yuba City; take my mom on a really lavish cruise; start college savings accounts for my future kids; buy a house.
Tell us about a life-changing experience: Losing my dad to ALS in September taught me to never take my health for granted; to be grateful for small things. I'm taking care of myself to honor him.
What is your pet peeve? When people say they are "fusterated" — it's FRUSTRATED.
What do you like about yourself? I'm very patient, disciplined.