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AAC


PHOTO RECAP


Twelve justices of the peace were elected to serve on the executive board. Front row: Lonoke County Justice of the Peace Henry Lang, Jackson County Justice of the Peace Tommy Young, and Drew County Justice of the Peace Carole Bulloch (secretary/trea- surer). Second row: Faulkner County Justice of the Peace Randy Higgins (vice-president), Sebastian County Justice of the Peace Danny Aldridge, Miller County Justice of the Peace Carl Standridge, White County Jus- tice of the Peace Bobby Burns, Pike County Justice of the Peace John Plyler, and Pulaski County Justice of the Peace Curtis Keith. Back row: Benton County Justice of the Peace Susan Anglin, Boone County Justice of the Peace David Thompson (president), and Lincoln County Justice of the Peace David Rochell.


meeting, elects executive board The 75-member governing body of the


AAQC holds semi-annual


Despite a stormy day, the majority of those on the 75-member governing body attended the meeting. Pictured above are Sharp County Justice of the Peace Briana DiIorio and Saline County Justice of the Peace Tammy Schmidt.


Arkansas Association of Quorum Court (AAQC) held its semi-annual meeting at the AAC on April 13. 2019. The body elected its 12-member executive board, and Sen. Jason Rapert was the featured speaker, breaking down the results of the 2019 legislative session.


Far left: State Sen. Jason Rapert was the featured speaker at the meeting. He discussed the successes of the 2019 legislative session, presented AAC Gov- ernmental Affairs Director Josh Curtis with several mementos to mark his hard work during the session, and he played “The Arkansas Traveler” on his fiddle, accompanied by White County Justice of the Peace Bobby Burns on mandolin.


Left: Lincoln County Justice of the Peace David Rochell and Phillips County Justice of the Peace Lenora Marshall participate in the election of first congres- sional district representatives.


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