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When I was 16 I moved to Roseville Its a long drive away from Ludington where I use to live My family is much closer to our relatives which is why we moved Now my house is near the main roads There are many amenities near my house if I wanted to I could walk down to the store instead of driving my vehicle In the summer stony creek is the only beach I prefer going to I learned numerous of things in the neighborhood I grew up in My school was not far away from my home had friendly neighbors that I talked too and it was a very safe environment I socialize with many people in my neighborhood When walking down the streets there will be people waving at me I help out the elderly with their d5aily routine If they needed me to take out there trash or mow there grass I would certainly do so I would often volunteer help keeping the neighborhood clean A group of us gather at memorial park and start cleaning up the area Once we meet back we then grab lunch after we gotten rid of the garbage we collected At the park I play basketball with a group of people Im not the best at playing basketball but I always tried my best When its hot outside I would always use my neighbors pool There are a lot of adults around my age I live close too Almost every year we have a block party lasting all day till midnight I get along with just about everybody in my neighborhood 3The school I went to in Roseville was maintained which looked great always This High School had over a thousand students With encountering so many people throughout high school it helped me communicate with people easier I made friends easily by joining the football team Football gave me inspiration even though
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