2018-12-06 / Front Page

Reed, Bufford, Tankersley honored for their years of service to district


Chairman Leroy Bufford, with his granddaughter Ashley Veal, was honored for 41 years of service as chairman and supervisor for the Lincoln County Conservation District. Chairman Leroy Bufford, with his granddaughter Ashley Veal, was honored for 41 years of service as chairman and supervisor for the Lincoln County Conservation District. The Lincoln County Conser­vation District held its annual banquet on November 8 at The Lincoln Center where Olin Reed, Chairman Leroy Bufford, and Stanton Eugene Tankersley, all district supervisors, were honored for their dedication to the district, their constituents, and the preser­vation of natural resources in Lin­coln

County.

The Lincoln County Conserva­tion District promotes soil and wa­ter stewardship throughout local schools to farmers and landowners in Lincoln County.

For more information about the district, contact District Program Assistant Abhishek Kashinath at abhishek@gacd.us.



Stanton Eugene Tankersley (center) with his family, (l-r) Dalton Tankersley, Tristan Pia, Dawson Tankersley, Stan Tankersley, Teresa Tankersley, and Madison Pia, was honored for 28 years of service as a Lincoln County Conservation District supervisor. Mr. Tankersley’s grandson, Dalton, also serves as a district supervisor. Stanton Eugene Tankersley (center) with his family, (l-r) Dalton Tankersley, Tristan Pia, Dawson Tankersley, Stan Tankersley, Teresa Tankersley, and Madison Pia, was honored for 28 years of service as a Lincoln County Conservation District supervisor. Mr. Tankersley’s grandson, Dalton, also serves as a district supervisor.

Olin Reed (holding plaque) is surrounded by family members (l-r) Jacob Harmon, Kimberly Harmon, Murray Remsen, Beth Reed, Hawkes Reed, and Brandon Reed, was honored for 50 years of ser­vice as a district supervisor. Olin Reed (holding plaque) is surrounded by family members (l-r) Jacob Harmon, Kimberly Harmon, Murray Remsen, Beth Reed, Hawkes Reed, and Brandon Reed, was honored for 50 years of ser­vice as a district supervisor.

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