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AAC honors two retiring board members


Top: AAC Executive Director Chris Villines speaks at a December 2014 ceremony honoring retiring board members Mike Jacobs, former Johnson County Judge, and Roger Haney, former Washington County Treasurer. AAC staff and board members gathered at the front of the room, and Villines presented each of the retiring board members with a special gift.


Middle left: Jacobs, who now serves on the Johnson County Quorum Court, and his wife Sandra (right) pose with Arkansas Supreme Court As- sociate Justice Courtney Hudson Goodson.


Middle: Jacobs and Haney each received an engraved crystal plaque com- memorating their service to county government. Jacobs, who was Johnson County Judge for 24 years, was AAC’s longest serving board president. He was appointed to the board in 1997 and elected president two years later. Haney served as Washington County Treasurer for 36 years before retiring.


Middle right: Retired Jackson County Justice of the Peace Elwanda Tem- pleton speaks with AAC board members Joe Gillenwater, Miller County Jus- tice of the Peace, and David Thompson, Boone County Justice of the Peace.


Bottom: Haney says a few words to the county, district and state officials who attended the ceremony. Afterward, Jacobs spoke and led the group in a rendition of “You Are My Sunshine,” the same tune he regularly sang at the close of AAC’s annual summer conference.


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