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Katlin Dougherty
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  • Saint Joseph, MO
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High School:
Central High School
The last three CD's I purchased/downloaded were:
Hey Marseilles- To Travels & Trunks
Linkin Park- A Thousand Suns
Damon Fowler- Sugar Shack
My favorite subject during the regular school day is:
Marine Biology (duh)
My interests (other than school) are:
Swimming, working, learning new things, the beach!! Traveling (going home)

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At 10:46am on November 9, 2010, Sean Nash said…
Really fired up that you'll be joining us again for the Andros trip in April. ;)
At 1:41pm on April 23, 2009, Sean Nash said…
Awesome... glad you made it! Be sure to also join the "alumni" group here as well.







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