Holly Johnson

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Holly Johnson
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  • At which store would you like to max-out your credit card? 
    Answer: TARGET for sure!
  • What was your favorite TV show when growing up?
    Answer: I Love Lucy.. I watched it so much that my dad actually nicknamed me ‘Luce’.
  • Can you play any instruments? 
    Answer: Piano and Flute.
  • What is your favorite cereal? 
    Answer: Ooh I love cereal.. I’ll eat it any time of day. I love Peanut Butter Crunch, Lucky Charms, Frosted Flakes, Fruit Loops (with marshmallows, of course).. just to name a few.
  • What was the worst punishment you received at school? 
    Answer: Going to the principal’s office! And a detention.. once. I was pretty well behaved overall.
  • Which way does your toilet paper hang on the wall – over or under? 
    Answer: OVER! Is there any other way?? (My husband would say yes)
  • Do you have any pets? 
    Answer: Yes! Two cats and one dog. I’d prefer to have about 10 cats but again.. my husband sees it differently.
  • If you could visit anywhere in the world you’ve never been, where would you go? 
    Answer: I would love to visit Australia. I’ve been to many places in Europe so I’d like to explore somewhere new.
  • What is your favorite family tradition? 
    Answer: Going to church together on Christmas Eve then enjoying a nice meal and opening gifts.
  • What’s the greatest bit of advice a parent or mentor has given you? 
    Answer: I started songleading at my church at a fairly young age (15/16) and I told my dad I was nervous one day before church. He told me, “Holly, if anyone else could do it better, they’d be up there. Just do your best.” That really stuck with me and gave me the confidence to keep doing it to this day.
  • How would you spend one million dollars? 
    Answer: I would probably go on a shopping spree for clothes and shoes. Then I’d buy a nice vacation house.
  • What is the best thing about working at RCC? 
    Answer: Knowing that I can’t really mess things up… Haha! There’s usually a fix for most mistakes J It makes the workplace less stressful.