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AAC


Assessors hold 65th annual


fall conference


Members of the Arkansas County As- sessor’s Association met in Spring- dale/Washington County Oct. 29-Nov. 1, 2019. The meeting included all-day sessions on topics such as leader- ship, personal property, restructuring income/expense statements and more. The guest speaker was Univer- sity of Arkansas Gymnastics Coach Jordyn Marie Weiber, who discussed the life lessons she learned after a decades long career in gymnastics. The assessors also celebrated their outgoing president, Pope County Assessor Dana Baker, and welcomed their 2020 slate of officers.


PHOTO RECAP


The 2020 slate of officers includes, from left to right, district representatives, Washington County Assessor Russell Hill and Pike County Assessor Beckie Alden; Secretary/Treasurer, Ashley County Assessor Beth Rush; Vice President, Jefferson County Assessor Yvonne Humphrey; President, Baxter County Assessor Jayme Nicholson; AAC Board members, Columbia County Assessor Sandra Cawyer and Stone County Assessor Heather Stevens; district representatives, Crittenden County Assessor Kimberly Hollowell and Lee County Assessor Becky Hogan.


Miller County Assessor Nancy Herron feeds a carrot to Moe, Washington County Assessor Russell Hill’s pet pig. Moe joined the assessors the first day of their meeting.


The Arkansas chapter of the IAAO recog- nized Pope County Assessor Dana Baker as the assessor of the year. Chapter Presi- dent Jimmy Powell presented the award.


Incoming Association President, Baxter County Assessor Jayme Nicholson, accepts the gavel from outgoing Association Presi- dent, Pope County Assessor Dana Baker.


75 Counties - One Voice COUNTY LINES, FALL 2019 33


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