CONGRATULATIONS TO CLUB PRESIDENT, SUSIE SCOTT, the 2017 Miss Aggie Award recipient! Susie was honored with this year's award by the Mandarin Museum & Historical Society on Saturday afternoon, March 4th.
Susie and her husband Bruce moved to Mandarin on Mandarin Road in 1998 where she built a barn which she filled with her passion and hobby, Arabian horses. Susie was invited and served on the NFES Board/Advisory Board for many years to support the Jacksonville Equestrian Center.
She discovered an even greater passion while living in Mandarin when she joined the Mandarin Community Club and Mandarin Museum and Historical Society with Life memberships in 1999.
Susie worked with MaryAnn Southwell and Sharon Copeland to draft and adopt the Scenic and Historic Corridor Ordinance for Mandarin Road. Susie worked with Jacksonville community leaders as one of the five petitioners of the Citizens for Tree Preservation group to get the Charter Amendment passed. She has gone on to work with neighbors and as a Board member of the Mandarin Community Club on Mandarin and citywide issues. She served for almost 2 years on the Vision Committee to help draft the Guiding Principles for the 2030 Comprehensive
Land Use Plan.
Susie has served multiple times as President of the Mandarin Community Club and since 2009 as Chair of the annual Mandarin Art Festival. Susie is currently serving in both roles while also serving on the Advisory Board for Scenic Jacksonville.
Photo and article by the Mandarin Museum & Historical Society
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