Joy Pace

Updated: August 19, 2022 at 6:52 PM CST

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Who is Joy Pace?
Joy Pace

Judge Joy was born and raised in Autauga County and has intentionally made a choice to raise her family in the same community where she grew up. She has three children whom she adores and enjoys spending time with as often as possible! As a family, they enjoy reading books (LOTS AND LOTS of books!) and playing outside with their dogs, cats, chickens and donkeys! (they used to have several goats until those darn coyotes came around again!)

It is extremely important to Judge Joy to raise her children with Alabama Values. These values include a love for God, respect for others, and an appreciation for the sacrifice of people who have come before us who have fought for our freedom as Americans.

Judge Joy Booth values living in the neck of the woods of Circuit 19 where grace is said before meals, neighbors help neighbors and the American Flag is proudly flown from pine trees and front porches everywhere you look!

Judge Joy Booth is an active community leader in Autauga County. For the past 11 years, she has proudly served as the Chairwoman of the Children’s Policy Council in Autauga County. Under Judge Joy’s leadership, the CPC received the State of Alabama’s Award of Excellence for 2021. She has a wonderful team that works tirelessly to promote and grow the opportunities to serve and better the lives of children and families.

The Autauga County Children's Policy Council works with legislative and school officials to positively change the lives of Autauga County's Children. Composed of over 60 organizations, and more than 100 members, the organization works to implement and support educational and health services in families' lives. In their efforts, Autauga County Children's Policy Council has made a significant impact in a multitude of areas including Increased legislation for Erin's Law, support groups for families with special needs, health checks, and acknowledging vital issues and solutions for children in Autauga County. The Policy Council hosts group meetings bi-monthly and is divided into three sub-committees: Safety, Health & Education and Parental Involvement.

The CPC has developed programs for underprivileged children to participate in extracurricular activities of their choosing, built food pantries and placed them throughout the county to be accessed by anyone in need and has founded programs for special needs individuals, as well as their families.

Judge Joy Pace Booth is looking forward to working with Elmore and Chilton Counties Agencies to assist them with the needs that they have in order to better serve families in their respective areas.

Judge Joy Booth is an active community leader in Autauga County. For the past 11 years, she has proudly served as the Chairwoman of the Children’s Policy Council in Autauga County. Under Judge Joy’s leadership, the CPC received the State of Alabama’s Award of Excellence for 2021. She has a wonderful team that works tirelessly to promote and grow the opportunities to serve and better the lives of children and families.

The Autauga County Children's Policy Council works with legislative and school officials to positively change the lives of Autauga County's Children. Composed of over 60 organizations, and more than 100 members, the organization works to implement and support educational and health services in families' lives. In their efforts,

Autauga County Children's Policy Council has made a significant impact in a multitude of areas including Increased legislation for Erin's Law, support groups for families with special needs, health checks, and acknowledging vital issues and solutions for children in Autauga County. The Policy Council hosts group meetings bi-monthly and is divided into three sub-committees: Safety, Health & Education and Parental Involvement.

The CPC has developed programs for underprivileged children to participate in extracurricular activities of their choosing, built food pantries and placed them throughout the county to be accessed by anyone in need and has founded programs for special needs individuals, as well as their families.

Judge Joy Pace Booth is looking forward to working with Elmore and Chilton Counties Agencies to assist them with the needs that they have in order to better serve families in their respective areas.

Status: Out of Office
Party: Republican
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