A swearing-in ceremony at the Leflore County courthouse Friday drew a crowd of officials and their supporters. Raising their hands while taking the oath of office as county supervisors are, from left, Robert Collins, District 5; Eric Mitchell, District 4; Anjuan Brown, District 3; and Reginald Moore, District 2. Also sworn in were Ro’Shaun Bailey and Jackie Cooper-Lewis, Greenwood Leflore Consolidated School District board members; Jim Campbell, James Middleton and Carlos Palmer, justice court judges; Steve Pernell, Vonzell Self and Andrew McQueen, constables; Debra Sanders, coroner; Melvin Cook, election commissioner; Annie Conley, tax collector; Leroy Ware, tax assessor; Johnny Gary Jr., chancery clerk; and Elmus Stockstill, circuit clerk. Senior Judge Betty Sanders was the mistress of ceremonies. Oaths were administered by Chancery Judge W.M. Sanders and Circuit Judge Jannie Lewis Blackmon. More than 60 people gathered to watch the ceremony. Not present were Sam Abraham, District 1 supervisor; Ricky Banks, sheriff; and Kelvin Pulley, county prosecuting attorney; who are taking their oaths on other occasions. The officials will begin their terms in January.