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Kentucky Retired Teachers Association

Welcome to the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association (KRTA)

KRTA is the "only organization in the state that has as its main purpose to look out for their welfare.” This web site is designed to provide members with the latest information and news of interest to our more than 29,000 members. KRTA offers its members a wide variety of benefit programs that you can review under the Membership Benefits tab above. KRTA members are active in community service projects with volunteers logging in many hours of service. KRTA also strives to keeping members informed about legislation affecting them at both the state and federal levels. Of particular concern are efforts to at the state level to make changes in our KTRS pension plan and federal efforts to modify Social Security and Medicare.

Retired Teachers Resolution

House Joint Resolution 19, sponsored by Rep. Rick Nelson, declares the state's support for its tens of thousands of retired teachers, and names the third week of October as "Retired Teachers Week" in Kentucky. Resolution.jpeg (101 KB) -Flanked by legislators and retired teachers Governor Steve Beshear today ceremonially signed a bill to honor retired teachers in Kentucky

Clinton Co Festival Clinton Co Festival

KRTA President Faye Shehan and her husband Bill, drive their 1930 antique car in the 35th annual 2014 Foothills Festival Parade in Clinton County Kentucky. KRTA President Faye and Bill Shehan and Executive Director  Dr Bob and Mary Wagoner at the 2014 Foothills Festival in Clinton County.

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KRTA Officers

KRTA Officers for 2014-2015
L to R: Left to right- Cathy Gullett-Vice President; Pasty Rainey- President-Elect; Faye Shehan- President; Carolyn Falin-Past

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For 2014:
January 29
February 26
March 28
April 28
May 29
June 27
July 29
August 28
September 26
October 29
November 26
December 29

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