Big enough to take Care of You...............Still small enough to Care
Joey Jumpers is a family owned business located in Fountain Valley. We deliver bounce houses and slides to Orange County. The Andersens have enjoyed living in Fountain Valley for over 20 years. Ted Andersen has served his community as Scout Master for troop 567 troop567.ocbsa.org in Fountain Valley and soccer coach for reigion 117 www.ayso117.org for 17 years. Vicki Andersen, along with those of her Charitable Non Profit Songbird Care and Education Center (SCEC) has served the community for many years, rehabilitating wild Songbirds in Orange County. Their youngest son Erik, also an Eagle Scout is a graduate of FVHS is currently attending CSULB.
Kristina and Dan Nehrbass have enjoyed living in the OC most of their lives, too. Dan is the Executive Director at Nightlight Christian Adoptions. He also teaches Foundations of Christian Thought at Biola University. Kristina enjoys teaching second grade in Santa Ana. Their five children are involved in many activities in the community. Natasha is an outstanding player in AYSO soccer region 117, Rebekah is an excellent gymnast in the Girls and Boys Club Program in Fountain Valley. Micah attends Fountain Valley High and enjoys participating in Boy Scouts in Troop 567 as well as an aviation enthusiast. Sonny works at Pei Wei in Newport Beach, attended FVHS and received his Eagle Scout award from Troop 567. Natasha is also a Girl Scout in Troop 1628 and Leah is learning a lot at Courreges Elementary and is quite the up and coming gymnast and ballerina (She's our littlest Joey).
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"Joey" is the name for a baby kangaroo. When Joey is not jumping in jumpers he is spending time in his homeland of Australia bouncing around the grassy plains. Joey loves to "hop" back in his mother's pouch for protection because he is a marsupial. When Joey was born he was only the size of a small piece of candy and spent most of his time in his mother's pouch. Joey is a red kangaroo and he hopes to grow up to be as big as a basketball player.