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Era Harris recognized by the Arizona Site Steward Program for 20 years of service

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On left is Maxine Heimerl, the Regional Coordinator, who presented a picture to Era Harris from the AZ Site Steward Program in recognition of her 20 years of service.

At the Arizona Archaeological Society Agave House Chapter regular meeting on Wednesday June 22, 2016, an award for 20 years of service went to Era Harris from the Arizona Site Steward Program which is administered under the Arizona Park System.
Maxine Heimerl presented Harris with a piece of art signed by D. Kovawena of a Kachina provided to her by the state program.

The Arizona Site Stewards Program is an organization of volunteers, sponsored by the public land managers of Arizona, whose members are selected, trained and certified by Arizona State Parks, the State Historic Preservation Office and the Governor’s Archaeology Advisory Commission. The chief objective of the Stewards Program is to report to the land managers destruction or vandalism of prehistoric and historic archaeological and paleontological sites in Arizona through site monitoring.

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Barbara Samples was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ and has called Heber-Overgaard home since 2008. She is married to Larry Samples, who is co-owner with her in L & B, Inc., owner of the Mogollon Rim News. They have four (grown) children and two grandchildren. Barbara serves as the Editor.