Jennifer Smith, Mayor
Mayor Jennifer Smith service to the City includes a wide variety of different disciplines. His first service to the community began as a Volunteer Fireman for thirteen years. He has also served as President of the Dixie Youth program for six years and on the City Council from 1996-2001 where he chaired the Finance and Policy Committee for his last four years on Council.
John is a native of a small County where he was born and raised on a small farm. He graduated from a Technical College with an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration and continued his education at the College where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree as an Honors Graduate also in Business Administration.
John’s professional career included twenty-six years at Electronics where he served in various management positions in supervisory functions and staff management positions that included Production Manager and Plant Cost Accountant. He currently serves as the Business Administrator of the Church and Christian Academy in the capacities of charge of finance, facilities and administrative personnel.
John’s most rewarding community achievement has been that of serving as Director/Founder of the Miracle League for seven years. The Miracle League is a baseball program for children with disabilities in which the motto is "Every Child Deserves a Chance to Play Baseball."
In his forty one years as a resident of the City John has served his community in some capacity for thirty one of the forty years. He truly believes that government’s biggest challenge today is to live within its means while providing customer-oriented services in a cost effective manner.
Pat Golfs, Seat 1
Councilwoman Pat Golfs is serving her first term in office. She has lived in town for the past 22 years, except for 4 years spent living in France.
Pat earned both her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University in all areas of Special Education. She taught at an Elementary School for 10 years.
Mrs. Golfs is a board member for both the Sale Army and the Childrens Club. She is the Founder and current president of the non-profit Aqua Ally of Greater Greenland and the President of South Swimer Association.
Bobby Good, Seat 2
Councilman Bobby Good has served on Council since January 2004. he is a native of The Town and was a member of County Council for twelve years. Mr. Good is a graduate of High School. He retired from his professional career and is now a public servant.
Councilman Good serves on City Council because he enjoys "Being involved in making a better future."
Gray Joy, Seat 3
Councilman Gray Joy has served on City Council since 2006. Previously he served on the Planning Commission for 6 years.
Gray is a native who earned a Bachelor's degree in Biology from the University and a Master's of Business Administration degree from a lot of Universities.
A true public servant, Gray serves to "Give back for the future of our community." His industrial experience is an asset in leadership and planned development.
Gray is active in community activities. He was the first liaison between the Club and the parent Chair Club. He currently is a volunteer with the High School track team as a coach of the throwers. He also serves as a board member of the Upcountry History Museum.