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.
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On Wednesdays wear something RED to support PUBLIC ED.
The new Regions for NCAE/NCRSP
CCRSP is part of Region 1B along with Ashe, Aleghany, Watagua, Wilkes, Mitchell, Avery, Caldwell, Alexander, McDowell, Burke, Catawba, Rutherford and Cleveland counties.
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Elizabeth Amick, Marilyn Futrelle, Sandra Hatley, Linda Kaneer, Suzanne Eller, Ginger Sermons, Carol Warren, Jenny Propst
President Joan Bass presents Platinum award to Sandra Hatley for Catawba County RSP's work.
Marilyn Futrelle was one of the out going Regional Directors recognized for their service. They were an important part of our organization's transition to Regions.
Scholarships are awarded each year to deserving high school graduates, going into the field of education, by Catawba County Retired School Personnel. (CCRSP) Money was donated years ago by Mrs. Mary D. Murray, establishing the Mary Murray Scholarship Fund.
CCRSP this year awarded a total of $10,000 in scholarships to deserving students: Lauren Ayele Marie Folie, Challenger HS graduate, attending NC A&T, renewable next year; Arlene Rangel-Lemus, St. Stephens HS graduate, attending UNC-Asheville, renewable next 3 years. Also one year scholarships, for the 2017-2018 school year, were awarded to: Morgan Butler, Maiden HS graduate, attending ASU; Courtney McCall, Bandys HS graduate, attending Lenoir Rhyne University; MaKayla Slate, Bunker Hill HS graduate, attending LRU; and Ashley Craft, Hickory HS graduate, attending UNC-Chapel Hill. In addition to these awards, renewable scholarships will be given to past recipients for the coming year. These students are: Hannah A. Caldwell attending LRU; Alexis Hand, attending Wingate University; and Ally R. Hennington, attending ASU.
The Catawba County Retired School Personnel feel very fortunate that they are able to help students going into the field of education. In the future, CCRSP hopes to help deserving people, who are already in education, to further their goals.