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AAC F A M I L Y & F R I E N D S


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leadership, more at June meeting


Top left: Arkansas Senate President Pro Tempore Jonathan Dismang speaks about the successes of the 2017 legislative session during the Judges’ Association luncheon on June 29, 2017.


Top right: State Rep. Dan Douglas, who sponsored a highway funding bill that was rejected during the 91st General Assembly, discusses where we go from here.


Second row, left: Lonoke County Judge Doug Erwin and Stone County Judge Stacey Avey participate in an exercise that gauges a person’s physical strength after hearing posi- tive and negative comments.


Second row, right: Pictured are Desha County Judge Jack May (left) and Arkansas County Judge Thomas “Eddie” Best.


Third row, left: Franklin County Judge Rick- ey Bowman, Poinsett County Judge Bobby Cantrell and Saline County Judge Jeff Arey chat in the vendor area.


Third row, right: Calhoun County Judge Floyd W. Nutt volunteers for an activity dur- ing a session led by speaker, author and coach Kim Hodus. She spoke to the judges on leadership.


Bottom left: Spouses of county judges pre- pare to leave for Board and Brush Creative Studio, where they painted door hangers.


Judges discuss county roads,


COUNTY LINES, SUMMER 2017


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