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Hi I'm Julie.

I'm a lifeguard. I'm bilingual. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm the second child of five kids. Most people say I come from a big family... I like to say I come from a fun family. I played the saxophone for three years in my high school concert band. I have worked as a lifeguard at two major waterparks in Canada. I have performed rescues but never any CPR. I'd like to keep it that way. I've been out of high school for a year and plan to return to school in the fall to study Social Work.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the church and because of this I've never had a moment where I could pinpoint my conversion. Growing up in the church has greatly determined who I am today. I have seen many friends choose to leave the church but the thing that has kept me strong in my beliefs is the constant reminder that I receive from the Holy Spirit. Even though I can't think of a specific moment where I knew that the church was something I wanted to commit to for the rest of my life; I can think of many specific moments where I've felt an overwhelming gratitude for making the decision to be a Latter-Day Saint.

How I live my faith

I teach a class once a month in the women's organization for our church. I love it so much. The women that I teach constantly inspire me to be a better, stronger person. I also organize and plan activities for young single adults in my area. I believe that actions always speak louder than words. I try to show people what I believe by being a good Christian. By being a good Latter-Day Saint. By loving everyone, regardless of race, religion, or education.