Catawba County Retired School Personnel
CCRSP 2014-18 officers
Vice President--Marilyn Futrelle
CCRSP meets at the Golden Corral the 2nd Wednesday of the month. We eat a buffet lunch at 11:00 am and at noon begin the meeting.
For more information, go to
On Wednesdays wear something RED to support PUBLIC ED.
CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATORS!!!
Go to Representatives page and follow the link to read their voting records.
WRITE LETTERS TALK TO THEM IN PERSON
MAKE TELEPHONE CALLS EMAIL!!!
Elizabeth Amick, Marilyn Futrelle, Sandra Hatley, Linda Kaneer, Suzanne Eller, Ginger Sermons, Carol Warren, Jenny Propst
Save The Date:
April 26, 2018 for the Region1B convention!
CCRSP will host this
event at 10:00 AM at-
First United Methodist Church
410 1st Avenue N
Conover, NC 28613
We have 19 delegates going to the
Spring Regional Convention.
Our program in February was presented by Leslie Keller, curator at Hickory Landmarks Society. She discussed her book From Tavern to Town. Jim Gregory, who is a member of CCRSP, is responsible for many of the photographs in her book. He also shared interesting stories about some of the homes many of you will recognize.
Her books are available for you to purchase. She is also the author of Lost Hickory. Maple Grove would be a good place to find one.
WE HAVE RECEIVED SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS FROM 8 SENIORS REPRESENTING 5 CATAWBA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS, WHO ARE INTERESTED IN AN EDUCATION CAREER. WE WILL BE HOLDING INTERVIEWS WITH THESE AWESOME STUDENTS APRIL 18TH AND 19TH.
Catawba County Retired School Personnel had 11 delegates who attended NCRSP State Convention in Winston Salem March 14th & 15th, 2018. Some are State, Regional or Local officers, but ALL are dedicated workers for PUBLIC EDUCATION.
(l to r) Carol Warren, Ginger Sermons, Suzanne Eller. Gail Hildebran, Phyllis Toms, Marilyn Futrelle, Jenny Propst, Sandra Hatley, Debbie Johnson, Maggie Benfield and Elizabeth Amick.
Thank you CCRSP for supporting and encouraging members to be a part of the larger groups.
Our meeting was held on Wednesday, April 11th
at the Golden Corral . Vickie Redden shared
important facts and the many rewards when
serving Meals On Wheels. She left applications for
Ric Vandett. a candidate for
NC Senate serving Catawba and Alexander counties, spoke passionately of his commitment to improve the fate of our children, educators and school systems if elected.
Our request to everyone is VOTE, take a friend to VOTE, encourage anyone you meet to register to VOTE!!!!
EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE!
2018 CCRSP DELEGATES TO
NCRSP STATE CONVENTION