County, District Clerks Attend Annual Conference

Chambers County District Clerk Patti Henry is sworn in as association's new president; top clerks of the year honored.

July 28, 2022

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The County and District Clerks' Association of Texas held its
annual conference July 10-14 in Waco. Officers for 2022-23
are, left to right, Chambers County District Clerk Patti Henry,
president; Potter County Clerk Julie Smith, vice president;
Travis County District Clerk Velva Price, treasurer; Dallas
County Clerk John Warren, secretary; and Collin County Clerk
Stacey Kemp, immediate past president.
(Credit: Megan Molleur)

The County and District Clerks' Association of Texas met July 10-14 in Waco for its annual conference. More than 320 registrants attended the conference, which offered continuing education classes for county and district clerks.

Chambers County District Clerk Patti Henry was sworn in as the association's new president. Other new officers are Potter County Clerk Julie Smith, vice president; Dallas County Clerk John Warren, secretary; Travis County District Clerk Velva Price, treasurer; and Collin County Clerk Stacey Kemp, immediate past president; Archer County Clerk Karren Winter, parliamentarian.

Polk County Clerk Schelana Hock and Ector County District Clerk Clarissa Webster were named Clerks of the Year for 2021-2022.

TAC congratulates the association's new officers and looks forward to providing continued support to the organization and its members.

For more information about this article, please contact Nanette Forbes or Megan Molleur.