Stacy Nance is named Springville Cit­i­zen of Year

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Stacy Nance of Springville has been named Cit­i­zen of the Year by the Springville Cham­ber of Commerce.

Stacy Nance was born and raised in Springville and is a graduate of Springville High School. She has al­ways been a part of the com­mu­nity and in­volved with Springville ac­tiv­i­ties. Through the years, she has served as pa­rade chair­woman for Art City Days and has been on com­mit­tees for events such as the Art Ball. She has also been in­volved with the den­tal ed­u­ca­tion of Utah Val­ley’s sec­ond-grade classes for many years dur­ing Den­tal Health Month in Fe­bru­ary.

Her ser­vice to the schools led her to Springville High School, where she raised money for the wrestling team and pro­vided them with a new com­pe­ti­tion wrestling mat. She has also been ac­tive in the Booster Club and served on the Com­mu­nity Coun­cil for six years. Through the years, as she be­came more and more in­volved at the high school; she be­came the Red Devil cheer ad­vi­sor, over­see­ing the cheer squad for the past 10 years. Through youth cheer and mini cheer clin­ics, she has been able the touch the lives of thou­sands of lit­tle girls and hun­dreds on the high school level.

Springville ranks now as an elite cheer squad, but more im­por­tant to Stacy is that the girls learn life lessons in hard work, re­spect, modesty, high moral stan­dards, re­spon­si­bil­ity and team­work. She knows that some­day the op­por­tu­nity will end for th­ese girls to cheer, but th­ese other lessons will be with them through­out their lives.

Stacy Nance

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