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Face Time with Maria Dripps-Paulson

Get to know Sugar Grove resident

Sugar Grove resident Maria Dripps-Paulson, 46, was at the Geneva History Museum when she answered questions for the Kane County Chronicle's Brenda Schory.

Schory: Where did you grow up?

Dripps-Paulson: Oswego

Schory: Who would play you in the movie of your life?

Dripps-Paulson: Someone taller and cuter

Schory: First job?

Dripps-Paulson: I worked at the Oswego Public Library

Schory: As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

Dripps-Paulson: A lawyer and a band director. I became executive director of the Kaneland Arts Initiative

Schory: Book or movie you would recommend?

Dripps-Paulson: “The Glass House” by Sonya Hartnett

Schory: Favorite charity?

Dripps-Paulson: Kaneland Arts Initiative

Schory: Favorite ice cream flavor?

Dripps-Paulson: Mint chocolate chip

Schory: Favorite local restaurant?

Dripps-Paulson: JuRin in Geneva

Schory: What is an interesting fact about yourself?

Dripps-Paulson: I am training for my first Chicago Marathon on Oct. 13. It’s a challenge to raise money for World Vision.

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