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SPSEF Cornerstone Society honors its own


Marsha Jones, former associate superintendent of Springdale Public Schools (left), speaks Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015, with Jim Rollins, superintendent, before the start of the Springdale Public Schools Education Foundation Cornerstone Society induction ceremony at the Arts Center of the Ozarks in Springdale. Jones was honored during the ceremony. Also honored were her husband, Hartzell, the Tyson family, and Gov. Asa Hutchinson. Visit nwadg.com/photos to see more photographs from the evening.

There is something rather impressive about receiving recognition for one’s life. Awards for adults are few and far between and when they come, it is a humbling experience. Even more humbling, is being honored by those who know you well and knew you when you were not yet governor or a leader in business. It was clear that this meant quite a bit to those who were honored.

About Andy Shupe

Andy Shupe was born at Pensacola Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla., before moving to Berea, Ky., where he grew up. After graduating from Berea College with a degree in biology in 1993, Andy moved to Fayetteville and began working for the Northwest Arkansas Times as a clever ploy to enable him to see his beloved Kentucky Wildcats play basketball. In addition to photography, Andy enjoys baseball, working on old cars and marveling at how old that makes him sound.