Ramsey reappoints De Friece to museum commission

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey says he has reappointed Nancy De Friece to the Douglas Henry State Museum Commission.

In a statement Tuesday, Ramsey said De Friece is a former chairman of the Tennessee Arts Commission and a charter member of the Hands On! Regional Museum. She has received the Arts in Tennessee Award presented by the International Storytelling Center.

The commission was created in 2009 to oversee operations and establish the strategic direction of the state museum. The commission works to give Tennessee residents access and exposure to museum collections and to promote the educational and cultural enrichment of citizens of the state.

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