Matthew Ferreira

Matthew Ferreira

Biography

Matthew Ferreira lives in California and was born in 1999.

Matthew enjoys politics, geo-caching, skateboarding, and baseball. He is learning to play guitar and likes listening to all types of music. He actively participates in numerous community events such as the Walk Like Madd 5K Walk & Fun Run to benefit Mothers Against Drunk Drivers and a Thanksgiving Day walk which raised funds to help San Diego’s homeless neighbors in need. When he is not in class or doing algebra homework, Matthew can be found riding his bike, reading about sports, learning to surf or watching Dr. Who with his little sister Alyssa and his two cats.

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