Sonny Arnold, assistant program coordinator for the Texas Master Naturalist, a program in conjunction with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Services, officially commissioned the Indian Trail chapter at First United Methodist Church on Monday night.

The chapter was presented with its charter and a banner identifying its organization.

Indian Trail is one of 42 chapters located in 190 counties across Texas.

According to the Texas Panhandle Chapter mission statement, the Texas Master Naturalist program is a venture directed toward developing local corps of master volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities.