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Mary Page Nance, 15 

Appomattox Regional Governor's School

As part of her community involvement, Mary Page has performed for the dance festival benefiting Children's Hospital and at the Festival of Trees. She also serves the homeless through CARITAS and helps out Second Presbyterian Church's Prison Ministry Program through Camp Hanover, which she attends during the summer.

"Mary Page is confident without being self-absorbed," Brown says. "There is a mature and enviable social conscience present in this young artist."



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