Gudmestad was given the award at Destination Gettysburg's Annual Dinner on March 27.
"Nancie Gudmestad will always be known for her work with her husband in restoring the Shriver House Museum," said Norris Flowers, President of Destination Gettysburg. "But Nancie's contribution to the tourism industry goes back decades and includes a variety of work to better the community."
You can check out Nancie's story here, as part of a video interview conducted by Destination Gettysburg.
Nancie and her husband, Del, first came to Adams County in 1984 and opened the Appleford Inn, the region's first bed and breakfast. Later, the couple turned an automobile salvage yard on Baltimore Pike into Mulligan MacDuffer Adventure Golf.
But it was curiosity and passion behind one of Gettysburg's own families that will perhaps, leave the strongest legacy for both Nancie and her husband.
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