May 21, 2011 by Post Team
Britta Hanson, The wedding may have surprised many outside Alaska, but for those familiar with new daughter-in-law of Sarah Palin Britta Hanson, marriage to Track Palin seemed almost inevitable. Here are five things you should know about this girl’s hometown of 21 years old, who has long ties to both Palin and Wasilla family: Already living with PalinLast year, Hanson environments with its sister track, Bristol Palin, three-bedroom condo in Anchorage Bristol. Willow Palin would often sleep away from home. “I was afraid to live by myself,” said Bristol Harper’s Bazaar.
Has quality chops While her new mother-in-law is no stranger to the spotlight, Britta has its own experience on stage. She played the circumspect Elizabeth Bennet in a local production of Pride and Prejudice. “Britta is good for what it really applies,” said Gary Forrester, executive director of the Performing Arts in the Valley.
He knows her way around the governor’s office Hanson was an executive secretary in the governor’s office from 2008 to 2011 in both current and Gov. Palin of Alaska, Sean Parnell.
Future Nurse A nursing student at the University of Alaska, Hanson recently won a grant from the Mat-Su Health Foundation. After graduation, she plans to work in a local hospital.
Wasilla to her snow boots A high school sweetheart of the track, Hanson is a 2007 graduate of Wasilla High School, where he was a “dynamite football player,” says assistant director Michael Dan. She is also the daughter of a local minister – Duane Hanson’s father is the pastor of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Wasilla.
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