Fayette County Retired Teachers Association holds events


The annual “Banana Express” of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association, a decade-long tradition, sent teams early in December into the county’s four nursing homes and one assisted-living facility. Residents each received a banana, a Christmas card, and cheery greetings. The 176 pounds of bananas had been purchased from Kroger at cost, a gracious gesture on the part of the local supermarket. Shown visiting at Signature HealthCare of Fayette County are (from left) Miami Trace Junior High retired math teacher Debbie Rhodes, Washington High School retired German teacher Alice Craig, and resident Susan W.


The Community Service Committee of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association prepares to deliver to The Well at Sunnyside the many bags filled with both new toys and also new hats and gloves that had been brought to the group’s early-December luncheon meeting. Shown are (from left) Co-Chairs Diane Febo and Sandi Clawson, plus Nancy Mowery and Janet Martin. Members of the organization were reminded by the co-chairs also to tally their 2015 volunteer hours; FCRTA hopes to achieve recognition again as one of the state’s top 10 chapters in number of volunteer hours per member.


The Fayette County Retired Teachers Association enjoyed a December meeting featuring not only a delicious lunch prepared by Grace United Methodist Church, but also a lively program of Christmas music provided by talented member Cassandra Furlong, a retired Miami Trace Elementary physical education teacher. Furlong is shown at her keyboard by (from left) FCRTA President Norma Kirby, Secretary Bob Mowrey, and Sue Mowrey from the organization’s Calling Committee.


The annual “Banana Express” of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association, a decade-long tradition, sent teams early in December into the county’s four nursing homes and one assisted-living facility. Residents each received a banana, a Christmas card, and cheery greetings. The 176 pounds of bananas had been purchased from Kroger at cost, a gracious gesture on the part of the local supermarket. Shown visiting at Signature HealthCare of Fayette County are (from left) Miami Trace Junior High retired math teacher Debbie Rhodes, Washington High School retired German teacher Alice Craig, and resident Susan W.

The Community Service Committee of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association prepares to deliver to The Well at Sunnyside the many bags filled with both new toys and also new hats and gloves that had been brought to the group’s early-December luncheon meeting. Shown are (from left) Co-Chairs Diane Febo and Sandi Clawson, plus Nancy Mowery and Janet Martin. Members of the organization were reminded by the co-chairs also to tally their 2015 volunteer hours; FCRTA hopes to achieve recognition again as one of the state’s top 10 chapters in number of volunteer hours per member.

The Fayette County Retired Teachers Association enjoyed a December meeting featuring not only a delicious lunch prepared by Grace United Methodist Church, but also a lively program of Christmas music provided by talented member Cassandra Furlong, a retired Miami Trace Elementary physical education teacher. Furlong is shown at her keyboard by (from left) FCRTA President Norma Kirby, Secretary Bob Mowrey, and Sue Mowrey from the organization’s Calling Committee.

The annual “Banana Express” of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association, a decade-long tradition, sent teams early in December into the county’s four nursing homes and one assisted-living facility. Residents each received a banana, a Christmas card, and cheery greetings. The 176 pounds of bananas had been purchased from Kroger at cost, a gracious gesture on the part of the local supermarket. Shown visiting at Signature HealthCare of Fayette County are (from left) Miami Trace Junior High retired math teacher Debbie Rhodes, Washington High School retired German teacher Alice Craig, and resident Susan W.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_20151203_134103.jpgThe annual “Banana Express” of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association, a decade-long tradition, sent teams early in December into the county’s four nursing homes and one assisted-living facility. Residents each received a banana, a Christmas card, and cheery greetings. The 176 pounds of bananas had been purchased from Kroger at cost, a gracious gesture on the part of the local supermarket. Shown visiting at Signature HealthCare of Fayette County are (from left) Miami Trace Junior High retired math teacher Debbie Rhodes, Washington High School retired German teacher Alice Craig, and resident Susan W.

The Community Service Committee of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association prepares to deliver to The Well at Sunnyside the many bags filled with both new toys and also new hats and gloves that had been brought to the group’s early-December luncheon meeting. Shown are (from left) Co-Chairs Diane Febo and Sandi Clawson, plus Nancy Mowery and Janet Martin. Members of the organization were reminded by the co-chairs also to tally their 2015 volunteer hours; FCRTA hopes to achieve recognition again as one of the state’s top 10 chapters in number of volunteer hours per member.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_20151203_130533.jpgThe Community Service Committee of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association prepares to deliver to The Well at Sunnyside the many bags filled with both new toys and also new hats and gloves that had been brought to the group’s early-December luncheon meeting. Shown are (from left) Co-Chairs Diane Febo and Sandi Clawson, plus Nancy Mowery and Janet Martin. Members of the organization were reminded by the co-chairs also to tally their 2015 volunteer hours; FCRTA hopes to achieve recognition again as one of the state’s top 10 chapters in number of volunteer hours per member.

The Fayette County Retired Teachers Association enjoyed a December meeting featuring not only a delicious lunch prepared by Grace United Methodist Church, but also a lively program of Christmas music provided by talented member Cassandra Furlong, a retired Miami Trace Elementary physical education teacher. Furlong is shown at her keyboard by (from left) FCRTA President Norma Kirby, Secretary Bob Mowrey, and Sue Mowrey from the organization’s Calling Committee.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_20151203_114009.jpgThe Fayette County Retired Teachers Association enjoyed a December meeting featuring not only a delicious lunch prepared by Grace United Methodist Church, but also a lively program of Christmas music provided by talented member Cassandra Furlong, a retired Miami Trace Elementary physical education teacher. Furlong is shown at her keyboard by (from left) FCRTA President Norma Kirby, Secretary Bob Mowrey, and Sue Mowrey from the organization’s Calling Committee.
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