New Members from Johnson County
KRTA President, Cathy Gullett spoke to newly retired Johnson County teachers. All pictured are now KRTA members and are working in their local! We welcome you!
Serving Their Communities
Retired teachers across the state continuously volunteer their time to make communities a better place.
Even into retirement teachers serve students by tutoring, donating school supplies, collecting food, and
reading to local kids. Thank you KRTA members-your efforts do not go unnoticed!
2016-2017 KRTA Officers
We Welcome the 2016-2017 KRTA Officers: President, Cathy Gullett (Big Sandy District); President–Elect, Romanza Johnson (Third District); Vice President, Shirley Dick Wolf (Middle Cumberland District); Past President, Patsy Rainey (Central Kentucky West District).
KRTA Social Links
Are you being “social” in your retirement? KRTA is now on Facebook and Twitter, follow us to stay informed.
KRTA Member in the Capitol
KRTA Membership Co-Chair, Debby Murrell, stood with Senator McGarvey during the 2016 General Assembly. Senator Morgan spoke of keeping promises to the young people of Kentucky. Debby Murrell spoke of her Uncle Bob, a World War II Vet, and told an interesting story of a 50+ year-old promise he had fulfilled. Relaying the message “Promises are for keeping, no matter how hard it may be or how long it may take.”