JOPLIN, MO.--- A woman is honored for her lifetime of service to the Joplin community. The Independent Living Center along with the corporation for National and Community Service presented Nancy Good with the "Drum Major for Service" award. This is the organization's highest honor and named in honor of Martin Luther King. Bright Futures nominated her for the award. She's been with the program since it started in Joplin in 2010, and also contributes to Bright Futures USA.
"I've done a lot of volunteer work, but I enjoy it. I've gotten so much more from the community than I've ever been able to repay," said Nancy Good, Award Recipient.
Good has been an advocate for Joplin for more than 40 years. She's also served for United Way, Wildcat Glades, The Freeman Foundation, and the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce.
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