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Governance Council G.C. page
Giuseppe Martinengo – Chair Danielle Batson – Vice Chair Baerbel Johnson
Caleb Love Lisa McBride Nathan Murphy
Teri Brown – C.C. Rep. Jane Colmenares – C.C. Rep.
Wiki Manager Wiki Content Supervisor Technical Supervisor
Giuseppe Martinengo Wiki Manager Danielle Batson Content Supervisor Caleb Love Technical Supervisor
Missionaries
LaVera Parris GL Community Barbara Rogers GL Executive Secretary Charles Smith GL technical
Wilma Adkins GL Special Projects Rick Long GL Specialist and FHC Directors Help Linda Chappell GL Missionary Experience
TerrieThomas GL lesson instructor, supervise mentors Kathi Hanna GL Content Herbert Moscoso GL Spanish Wiki
Sharon Birdsong Linnea Capps Myra Harris
Marilyn Gardner Welcoming Lionel Fullwood Kimberly Martin
Fred Swink Jeannette McQueen-Nobbs Michael Hanna
Mindi Kurtz Assistant to Terri Carol Post Brian Rhodes
Sandra Kennedy Leslie Harris Beverly Repoulle
Laura J Graham Ken Roberts Peggy Lauritzen
Florence Nielsen Miranda MacFarlane Richard Mason German Wiki
Missionaries in training
Cheryl England Lee England Pamela Leavens
Jill Kirby
Spanish Missionaries' in Training
Rafael Sanchez Irma Esperanza Piñeros Patino Sergio Piñeros Patino
Angelica Vega
Community Council C.C. page
Jane Colmenares (chair) Teri Brown Steve Cottrell
Wilma Adkins David Smith






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Lawrence County, Arkansas
Map
Facts
Founded information needed
County Seat
Courthouse




Lawrence County, Arkansas
Map
Map of Arkansas highlighting Lawrence County
Location in the state of Arkansas
Map of the U.S. highlighting Arkansas
Location of Arkansas in the U.S.
Facts
Founded January 15, 1815
Parent County New Madrid County, Missouri
County Seat Walnut Ridge
Courthouse
Address Lawrence County Courthouse
PO Box 553, 315 W Main;
Walnut Ridge, AR 72476
Phone: 870.886.1111
Website: cityofwalnutridge.com




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Populated Places

  • Bella Vista
  • Bentonville
  • Centerton
  • Cherokee City
  • Cross Roads
  • Decatur
  • Garfield
  • Gentry
  • Gravette
  • Rogers
  • Siloam Springs
  • Sulphur Springs