To serve as a local unit of the Louisiana Retired Teachers' Association and to maintain affiliation with the National Retired Teachers' Association and the American Association of Retired Persons.
To further the interests and welfare of our membership in the state and local community.
To foster good fellowship among retired teachers and associate members.
To encourage members to use their talents, training and experience to further the educational, social, and civic growth of the community, the state, and the nation.
To educate and influence legislators on matters of importance to retirees and active educators.
Upcoming Events for 2019
Spelling Bee Match
March Meeting-Retiree of the Year
May-Scholarship Recipient Announced
June Meeting-Memorial Service for Deceased Members
September Meeting-Sept. ??
December Meeting-December ??
Annie Molero and Anna Caluda (Founders, 1974-76)
Louise Desselle, 1977-78
Marie Louise Preble, 1978-82
Rita Mae Haskins, 1982-84
Shirley Dagro, 1984-88
Harold Clavier, 1988-90
Henry Dagro, 1990-92
Carmen Finnan, 1992-94
Frank Auderer, 1995-96
Les Scharfenstein, 1996-98
Charles Corne, 1998-00
Hugh Craft, 2000-02
Sidney Greer Waller. 2002-04
Linda Crain, 2004-10
Jackie Pace, 2010-12
Paul Grethel, 2012-present
Did You Know We're Connected to AARP?
National Retired Teachers Association
AARP's Educator Community is America's foremost network of 50+ adults and organizations with a passion and affinity for education and learning. Members of the National Retired Teachers Association (NRTA) are dedicated to continuous educational opportunity, advocacy, and service as a means of safeguarding the economic security, work opportunities, and future well-being of all generations.
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