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Harris joins soil, water conservation district

NATCHEZ — The Adams County Soil and Water Conservation District and its board of commissioners recently welcomed Hattie Harris as a deputy commissioner.

Harris is a lifelong member of Natchez and a member of Egypt Baptist Church, where she is an active member. She is a graduate of the Ferriday Vo-Tech Nursing School.

Haris is the vice president of the Parent Teacher Student Association at Natchez High School; she is a leader of the Good Will Ruritan Club and she is an advisor of the Working Together Ruriteen Club.

She also volunteers with On the Move 4H Club and the Adams County Soil and Water Conservation District.

Currently serving on the Board of Commissioners are Virginia Salmon, chairman; Andy Taunton, vice president; Dr. J.T. Kilroy, secretary-treasurer; Ross McGehee and Bob Barrett. Bryan Stringer is serving as a deputy commissioner. All commissioners serve without pay to carry out a cooperative program that addresses the natural resource concerns of the district.