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Waiting for a mentor: Nikki still waiting for mentor

Nikki has been waiting over a year for a Kinship mentor! Nikki is a rough and tumble 9-year-old little girl who enjoys playing outside and with her pets, which include birds, rabbits, dogs and a hedgehog. She is the only girl among four brothers,...

Nikki has been waiting over a year for a Kinship mentor!

Nikki is a rough and tumble 9-year-old little girl who enjoys playing outside and with her pets, which include birds, rabbits, dogs and a hedgehog. She is the only girl among four brothers, so she would like a female role model to allow her to explore all sides of herself more, and is open to almost anything and everything.

She enjoys school, but at times she feels she is not smart enough. She would like a mentor to help her learn how to read better and help her with her math.

Nikki also has great energy and a quick smile; she is a very sweet and loving child. Some of her interests are drawing, reading, singing and riding a bike.

Is someone willing to help Nikki away from all the boys and help guide her into becoming a confident young woman?

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With offices in Brainerd, Pequot Lakes, Crosby, and Staples, Kinship Partners serves area families by providing positive role models to youths from the ages of 5 to 14 years old. Mentors can be individuals, couples or families.

For more information about Nikki or any of the 24 kids waiting for a Kinship Partners mentor, call 218-829-4606 or visit www.kinshippartners.org .

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