Annie Secker

Annie Secker

Biography

Annie Secker lives in Missouri and was born in 2001

•  Annie likes to study language in school.

•  She plays the clarinet in the band.

•  Her hobbies include dance class and reading.

•  Annie is interested in becoming a lawyer or author when she grows up.

"As a Kid Reporter, [I look forward to] learning how to ask good questions and getting people to communicate."

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