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Tony Wayne Harms' Story
Tony Wayne Harms' Story

My name is Tony Wayne Harms. I was born in Bloomington, Illinois on May 29th, 1968. Now, I live at my Aunt Michelle's house with my mother and my sister, Kim. I have a grey cat named Tigger. Tigger really likes to eat cat food. When I am at home, I like to draw pictures and watch movies and TV shows. I graduated from Raymond High School in 1989. In high school I really liked gym class and played basketball. I play basketball for S.O.A.R. (Special Opportunities Available for Recreation) here in Bloomington. I am a captain for Team Rocket. My favorite basketball team is the L.A. Lakers. I attend ISU Readers where I like to read about the presidents and Mad Anthony Wayne. History is my favorite subject. I like to go on the computer and look up presidents. My grandpa was in the Navy and I really like to look at the battleships. I have attended the CIDSO Buddy Walk for the past two years. It is fun because I get see all my friends. The Blackhawks are my favorite sports team. My favorite TV show is the JAG series because it reminds me of my grandpa. My favorite movies are Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, National Treasure and Captain America. I like listening to country music. I like George Strait, Reba McEntire and Hank Williams Jr. I want to improve my reading and computer skills. Thank you for listening to my story!




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