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Friday, August 7, 2020

Attorney General Rutledge Visits UACCM

 

a group of people standing in the Workforce Training Center lobby

L to R: Conway County Judge Jimmy Hart, State Representative Rick Beck, Madison Beck, Oppelo Mayor Larry Wilson, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, UACCM Chancellor Lisa Willenberg, Morrilton Mayor Allen Lipsmeyer, Conway County Coroner Dennis Decker, Nemo Vista Superintendent Logan Williams, Conway County Clerk Debbie Hartman, CHI St. Vincent Morrilton President Bubba Arnold

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge visited the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton on August 7 for a roundtable discussion with law enforcement, local and county civil officials, and community leaders.

During her time on campus, UACCM Chancellor Lisa Willenberg guided her on a tour of the Workforce Training Center on campus. The tour included stops in technical labs used by several UACCM academic programs, including auto service technology; air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration; industrial mechanics and maintenance technology; and welding; as well as the Department of Workforce Development and Community Education.

The visit was part of the Rutledge Roundtables, where Rutledge meets with local leaders about issues affecting their communities.