Catawba County Retired School Personnel
Vice President--Sandra Hatley
CCRSP meets at the Golden Corral the 2nd Wednesday of the month. We eat a buffet lunch for $10 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!!!
HELP SHARE CCRSP NEWS WITH NEW RETIREES!
AND FOR ALL OF YOU WHO PARTICIPATE IN THE NC RETIREMENT SYSTEM--YOU ARE ELEGIBLE TO JOIN.
Find leaders of North Carolina Retired School Personnel at the link below.
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.
Meet our 2018 recipients of the Mary Murray Scholarship. They are with Scholarship Chairperson Lyn Haynes.
Neely Harwell from Maiden HS,
Serena Cobb from Challenger HS,
Kelsey Spencer from Newton Conover HS, Cameron Barkley from Bunker Hill HS,
Montavia Richardson from Challenger HS,
Sydney Inman from Bandys HS
CCRSP members continue to search for prospective teachers, even in
the summer months.
We have awarded financial assistance to a rising college junior who declared an education major.
CONGRATULATIONS Clare Crabtree!
And CONGRATULATIONS to Kathy Parker, a TA at Catawba Elementary, who will be doing her student teaching at Oxford Elementary this fall!
We are making a list of members who want to be a delegate to NCRSP State Convention April 4-5, 2019. Contact Marilyn Futrelle.
(look at the Bulletin-Board page)
Becoming a member of NCRSP is the gateway to a variety of benefits and programs through numerous organizations.
If any of your membership information changes, you can download this form to UPDATE.
Sarah Stamey, Aging Specialist with Western Piedmont Council of Governments, was our January speaker. She re-enforced our knowledge of the ways we can age gracefully and safely. Those attending the meeting have lots of informative brochures to share.
Thank you Sarah.