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Face Time with Katherine Bettinghaus

Katherine Bettinghaus
Katherine Bettinghaus

Elburn resident Katherine Bettinghaus, 32, was working at American Bank and Trust in Elburn when she answered questions for Shaw Media’s Zachary Van Vuren.

Van Vuren: Where did you grow up?

Bettinghaus: Geneva

Van Vuren: What did you want to be when you grew up?

Bettinghaus: I wanted to be a storm chaser.

Van Vuren: Do you have any pets?

Bettinghaus: No, I have plants. One of them is named George.

Van Vuren: What is your favorite local restaurant?

Bettinghaus: The Corner Grind

Van Vuren: What is your favorite charity?

Bettinghaus: Charity Miles. They track how long you run and donate to a charity of your choice.

Van Vuren: Do you have a book or movie recommendation?

Bettinghaus: “The Peculiar Incident on Shady Street” by Lindsay Currie

Van Vuren: What’s an interesting fact about yourself?

Bettinghaus: I used to work at a venue where we carried stacks of chairs. I could carry at least 12.

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