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Annalee




 
Meet Annalee, our newest FAN Girl! Annalee's favorite sport is anything that she can see live - but if she had to choose it would be a three way tie between Rugby, Hockey and Basketball.

In her free time, Annalee likes to spend time with her family, go out with her friends, and, of course, go shoe shopping. When the sun comes out, she can be found at the Gorge or beach, and the other rainy Oregon days she is snuggled by a fire watching a movie with her Boston Terrier, Zoey! Annalee is attracted to a guy with a great smile. "I am drawn to the smile, but what keeps me around is his sense of humor". She also likes a man that she can have fun and be goofy with.

 





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