Carly Rogers

Carly Rogers

Biography

Age 12, Louisiana

Favorite Subject: Math

Favorite Book: Holes by Louis Sachar

Favorite Music: Praise and worship, pop, and hip hop

Extracurricular Activities: Art at Ethel’s Studio, children’s choir at church, Family Playhouse, school Drama Club, school choir

Hobbies: Taking pictures

Carly likes to watch the television show Fetch with Ruff Ruffman on PBS Kids in her spare time. She would like to be a photographer or a social worker in the future.  

As a Kid Reporter, she hopes to learn how to investigate stories and learn the “proper way to interview people.”

“I think it will be exciting and a great and wonderful experience,” she said about the opportunity to be on the front lines of the 2008 presidential election.

Carly is in the sixth grade and she has a younger brother.

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