Hillsboro, Missouri 63050, United States
|| April 29, 1951
Sep 27, 2016 04:21pm
|Info||Rep. Belinda Harris, a Democrat, represents parts of Franklin, Jefferson and Washington counties (District 110) in the Missouri House of Representatives. She was elected to the House in November 2002. |
In addition to her legislative duties, Rep. Harris is a self-employed farmer. She also worked as a technical illustrator for McDonnell/Douglas in 1969.
Rep. Harris is a member or former member of the following organizations: Morse Mill Baptist Church; president, SHOW-ME (Safe Handling of Waste Managed Environmentally); athletic booster; leader, Missouri Stream Team; member, National Rifle Association; member, Washington County C-2000; Missouri Waste Control Coalition; Democratic Party; former member, Solid Waste Advisory Board; former Girl Scout leader and district organizer; former Cub Scout leader and Boy Scout assistant; former children�s church teacher; former Vacation Bible School director; and former PTA vice president at Grandview School. In 1989 she helped establish a glass recycling system, which she continues to maintain.
Born April 29, 1951 and a 1969 graduate of Webster Groves High School, Rep. Harris lives in Ware, Mo. with her husband, Edward H. Harris. They have two children: Racheal Ann and Benjamin.