Clay Taylor - Board President
Drew Stone - Vice President
Clay Taylor (at-large member)
Clay Taylor graduated from Tahoka High School and West Texas A&M University where he earned a B.S. in Ag Business/Economics. He is a farmer and rancher around Lynn and Terry Counties. He is married to his wife Celeste, and they have a son, Warren, and a daughter, Nataly. He is a volunteer fireman and enjoys playing golf, and watching his kids play sports and participate in stock shows.
Jon Luna (Precinct 2)
Jon Luna graduated from Tahoka High School in 2002. He attended Texas Tech University where he studied Business Management and Agricultural Economics. He is a Texas licensed insurance agent and has been for over a decade. Jon is the ambitious owner of two restaurants, Jolly Time in Tahoka and The Spot in New Home. In his spare time, Jon volunteers with Lynn County EMS. Being a lifelong resident of Tahoka, he takes enormous pride in his community.
Slate May graduated from Texas Tech University in 2004 with a degree in Agriculture Education. He taught Agriculture Sciences at Tahoka ISD for 6 years and is now the Member Services Advisor at Lyntegar Electric Cooperative Inc. He is married to his wife Kaci, and they have three daughters Sawyer, Sutton and Kreece. He is on the Tahoka Volunteer Fire Department, Lynn County Tax Appraisal Board, Tahoka Housing Authority Board and President of the Tahoka Stock Show Syndicate. He enjoys spending time with his family, raising livestock and attending livestock shows.
Blanda Watt (Precinct 3)
Blanda Watt is a graduate of Tahoka High School. She received a B.A. from Wayland Baptist University and a M. Ed. from Lamar University. She serves as the 3-5 Principal for Texas Online Preparatory School. Blanda is married to Michael Watt and they have four children: Joshua, Caleb, Benjamin, and Grayson.
Tamesha Harris-McClendon is a 1999 graduate of Tahoka High School, a proud mom of four (Katie, Amiya, Grayson, and Karter), and the wife of retired Army Vet Gary McClendon. After retirement, Tamesha and her husband decided to relocate back to Tahoka to raise their family in a familiar environment around family and friends. Tamesha’s hobbies include supporting her children in all their extracurricular activities as well as baking.