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Orchard Children's Services Adoptions: Tre'Vone

This 15-year-old is one of the many kids in the foster care system that is currently looking for a permanent home.

If you had to choose between being an elephant or a mouse, which would you pick? Tre’Vone’s answer might surprise you – or just make you chuckle. Watch the video below to learn more about Tre’Vone and his lovable personality!

Tre'Vone from Orchards Children's Services on Vimeo.

Tre'Vone is a 15-year-old young man who has a pleasant demeanor and gets along with everyone he meets. He is polite, quiet and sensitive. He loves animals and enjoys a farm setting. He likes spending time playing outdoors and playing video games when he's indoors. He also enjoys drawing in his free time. Tre'Vone loves all sports, especially football. Tre'Vone hopes that he will have an adoptive father, because he has never had a dad before. He looks forward to the idea of father-son activities, like throwing a football around.

Email Sarah Ward or call 855-694-7301 to get more information on Tre'Vone.

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