Julia Pauline

How did you come to live and/or work in Conshohocken?

I was born and raised in Conshohocken my mother is Cheryl Pauline, my father is Rudolph “Rudy” Pauline, and my older brother is Wayne.

What do you do (career wise)?

For my future career I want to become a registered nurse. But as of now while being a full time student at Montgomery County Community College, I work as a receptionist at Dr. Scott Goldberg’s office on Fayette Street, and a server at Andy’s Diner on Ridge Pike.

What are you involved in outside of work?

I am a full time student studying nursing at Montgomery County Community College. I am involved with many things from competing in pageants, to volunteering. I have competed in Miss Teen Pennsylvania USA, Miss Teen Pennsylvania World, and this past year competed in Miss Pennsylvania USA. Volunteer work is also a big part of my life. I volunteer at Montgomery Hospital in the Intensive Care Unit/Critical Care Unit, Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving. I also am a alter server at Saint Cosmas and Damian Church on West 5th.

What do you love most about Conshohocken?

The people! Everyone basically knows everyone in Conshohocken. If they don’t know you personally they know someone related. Many memories are made in Conshohocken and that’s why it’s a fantastic town.

What are your favorite places in Conshohocken?

Well this is going to be a long list. My number one place is Saint Cosmas and Damian Church, I have been an alter server for 11 years now and I am dedicated to helping with new altar servers and continue as the “veteran.”  Another place is definitely Tony and Joes, he food and people are fantastic. They have also generously been a supportive sponsor for my pageant preparation. Some other places that have amazing food and people, and have been generous sponsors, are Boccella’s and Lenny’s Deli. My final place is the well known Conshohocken Bocce Club, where everyone knows everybody. Many events have been held down there and this is where Habitat for Humanity had the first Boccin’ to Build tournament. It is also where I learned the wonderful game of Bocce and hopefully I will be on a team soon.