Wanda Girtman of Cave City would like to announce her intent to seek a fourth term as Sharp County Treasurer.
"I consider it an honor that citizens of Sharp County have allowed me to serve as their county treasurer, I truly enjoy the job of Sharp County Treasurer and the people I serve," Girtman said.
"The responsibility of the county treasurer is not one to take lightly and I do not. The financial records of the county are very important and at this time of economic uncertainty it is even more important that the county finances are watched over very carefully and accurately so that the quorum court and other elected officials have the resources to make good decisions with the taxpayer's money. I have several continuing education hours through the Arkansas Public Administration Consortium, which is administered by the University of Arkansas."
"My husband, Norman and I attend First Missionary Baptist Church of Cave City where I am president of the Sisters of Bethany Ladies Auxiliary and a teacher in the Wednesday night AWANA program with Sparks. We have three grown children, one granddaughter and two great granddaughters. I am a lifelong resident of Sharp County."
"The Bible says that the first and great commandment is to love Him and then other people and I feel you can't be a good public servant on any level without doing these two things. I truly appreciate the opportunity I have had to serve the citizens of Sharp County and invite each of them to stop by my office at the courthouse anytime or contact the office or me at home by phone if I can be of any assistance to them. My deputy treasurer Lillian Fuller and I are employees of the Sharp County citizens and would appreciate the opportunity to help them if it is at all possible," said Girtman.