Did a school employee do something special for you when a student?

Most remember a teacher or coach, or maybe it was the custodian or a cook.

Could it have been a secretary or bus driver?

All these people could be a member of the West Virginia Association of Retired School Employees, says Linda Shock of the association.

Shock is encouraging former students to take time this week to remember them for the good things they have done.

Bring a smile, send them a note, a letter to the editor, email, tweet or message them on Facebook.

WVARSE is the only association in West Virginia that devotes its interests and efforts exclusively to improving the lives of all retired school employees.

WVARSE includes retired teachers, school service personnel, administrators and college personnel.

The Calhoun County WVARSE will meet at 10:30, October 24, at the senior citizen center in Grantsville. The meeting is upstairs in the conference room.

Scott Rogers from HUMANA will be presenting a program on the changes in PEIA/HUMANA taking place in January. Bring questions for him. You do not need to be a member to attend this important meeting. Lunch will follow.

Info lmshock@dishmail.net

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