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Scholarship created to honor Pace for service to community
by Debbie Lurie-Smith
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Former Lions Club president Bobby Daniels presents a plaque about the establishment of a scholarship in her honor to Nancy Pace at the fair last week.
Former Lions Club president Bobby Daniels presents a plaque about the establishment of a scholarship in her honor to Nancy Pace at the fair last week.
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The Jones County Lions Club honored one of their own last week with the establishment of an ongoing scholarship in her name.

The Nancy Pace Volunteer Scholarship will be presented to the senior who best exhibits Nancy’s spirit of volunteerism in the Jones County community.

A plaque was presented to the honoree Oct. 11 on the entertainment stage of the Lions Club Fair. The presentation was made by club treasurer Pam Deese and former president Bobby Daniels.

“Nancy has always been committed to our organization and especially to our annual fair. She has been a little under the weather this year but is still here every night doing what she can to make the fair a success,” Pam said.

Nancy joined the Lions Club in 1987, and during her 25 years as a member, has served as president four terms, treasurer 10 terms and is currently club secretary.

“The point is she has always been willing to do whatever is needed of her,” the speaker added.

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