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School Personnel recognized for increased membership

Published 8:41pm Friday, March 7, 2014

The fall meeting of Western District North Carolina Retired School Personnel recognized Polk County for attaining the most increased membership in 2013. This was awarded by 2% increased membership over 12 units.
From left: Judy Banks, 1st Vice President, Evangelina Barber, Co-president, Shelba Wilson, Treasurer, Mary O Cochran, Co-president. Not shown: Dot Beddingfield membership Chair person. The next meeting of Polk County Retired School Personnel will be held at The House of Flags in Columbus at noon on March 10. (photo submitted by Judy Banks)Retired-School-Personnel-meeting

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