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The crowd at the Redwood Mountain Faire erupted in applause as Nancy Macy took the stage. After decades of volunteering for the Faire and other community events, Macy was honored with the creation of the Nancy Macy RMF Volunteer Hall of Fame.
Macy, had been among the prime movers in the earliest incarnation of music and art festivals in the San Lorenzo Valley. In 1980, the Valley Women’s Club, which Nancy helped to form, held the first of 17 consecutive annual events. She joined the all-volunteer group that formed to resurrect the Faire at Roaring Camp in 2010 and assumed various responsibilities, including public relations, signage, and volunteer coordination and training. She stepped down from the steering committee after being involved in 30 events.
The current committee wanted to honor her service, particularly her commitment that the Faire proceeds be shared by community non-profits and school groups like the Valley Women’s Club, The Rotary, VCUM, and many more.
After some thought and discussion, the idea of a perpetual Hall of Fame bearing her name would be an appropriate tribute. “We wanted to do more than present her with a bouquet and a pat on the back,” said committee member Jim Coffis. “We wanted to thank Nancy publicly but also do something we thought would memorialize her as well as the many community members who have selflessly and consistently given their time and effort contributing to the success of what has become a premier annual event in SLV and one of the top music festivals in Northern California not to mention a significant economic engine for local craft artists, food and beverage vendors, musicians and service organizations.”
The physical form of the Nancy Macy RMF Volunteer Hall of Fame is being developed along with local artists to be a centerpiece of future Faires, with new inductees added each year.
Steering committee members Hallie Greene, Steve Shabry, Jim Coffis, Traci-Lin Burgess, Tyler Armstong, and Brackin Andrews ushered Nancy onto the main stage between sets on Saturday for the announcement.
The crowd showed their appreciation with a standing ovation for Macy’s tireless dedication to the Faire and the community as a whole.