MARGARET BAPTISTE -   GREATER CHARLESTON - CHAPTER #72

    NATIONAL ACTIVE AND RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION

 NARFE'S  MISSION STATEMENT

NARFE’S Chapter 72 of North Charleston, South Carolina  was founded in 1952 for all ACTIVE and RETIRED Federal Employees, their spouses and survivors united to preserve their economic security and well-being. 

 

In 2015 it merged with NARFE Chapter 1013 of Charleston to now be known as:

CHAPTER 72, MARGARET BAPTISTE, GREATER CHARLESTON CHAPTER, CHARLESTON, SC

 

NARFE’S objectives are to: 

 Sponsor and support legislation to protect the benefits and general welfare of its members on issues such as health benefits, retirement, etc.;

 

 Inform members about legislative issues, primarily retirement income and health care benefits, taxation and COLAs;

 

 Strengthen the political influence of current and future federal retirees through NARFE-PAC, a political action committee;

 

 Cooperate with other organizations seeking to accomplish similar legislative goals;

 

 Work in partnership with the Office of Personnel Management to answer questions related to retirement benefits;

 

 Foster public recognition and appreciation of government service, and

 

Contribute to the well-being of local communities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 










                                      

Recent Posting Date: Sep. 4, 2017  www.72.scnarfe.org             

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER

MEETING LOCATION

 

 

Chapter 72 

 Greater Charleston, South Carolina

 

holds it’s monthly Chapter meetings on the 

second Friday of each month beginning at 12:00  p.m. at  the John Wesley Methodist Church Activity Building 626 Savannah Highway, Charleston, SC 29407

 

Summer Hiatus

July & August

 

Please plan to arrive and register early.

 

 

CHAPTER

OFFICERS

 

PRESIDENT

Bill Greenhill

1st VICE PRESIDENT

Ned Adams

   

2nd VICE PRESIDENT

Jim Metzger

SECRETARY

Joan S. Gaetke 

TREASURER

David W. Hills

ASSITANT TREASURER

Letha Rampersant

IMMEDIATE

PAST-PRESIDENT

Frank Stevens