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This is Arrayah.

She is a 16-year-old girl.

Note: Arrayah is part of a sibling group and must remain with her siblings, Angel, Mary Jane & Emilio.

Arrayah is an active young girl. Arrayah enjoys dancing, art, taking care of farm animals, and shows these animals in farm events. Arrayah’s favorite animal on the farm is a steer. Arrayah is a good student in school and does well academically. Arrayah’s favorite subject is Art. She has great communication skills and can advocate for herself. Arrayah can be shy at times, but once she gets comfortable she is talkative. Arrayah is loving, friendly, and adventurous. Arrayah can build positive bonds with both children and adults. Arrayah is helpful and hardworking, she cleans cars, mows lawns, cleans house, etc. to earn some money. Arrayah spends some of her saved money on her favorite, Taco Bell or books. Arrayah enjoys reading and loves to have book series.

Arrayah has been through some life challenges and will need a family that will support her therapeutic and lifelong goals. Arrayah will thrive in a two-parent household with her siblings. Arrayah will need a balanced family that will allow her to work with animals and explore extracurricular activities.

(Heart Gallery photos taken September 2021)

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