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Spring Membership Meeting to be held in Meredith

on Tue, 04/01/2014 - 20:35

Our annual Spring Membership Meeting will be held May 20, 2014 at Chase House at Mill Falls, 312 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith, NH  03253.  Light continental breakfast will be available at 9:30.  The meeting will start at 10 AM, followed by a luncheon.   The luncheon will consist of choice of lemon butter haddock or chicken Caprese, with chef’s choice of starch and vegetables,  or a vegan/gluten free meal of seasonal squash, stuffed with quinoa pilaf drizzled with NH maple syrup, with roasted vegetables.

Registration for breakfast and meeting only is $5.00, luncheon adds $25.

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Agenda for April Executive Board Meeting

on Sat, 03/29/2014 - 09:50

NHREA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING

                                                            NEA-New Hampshire Office

                                                             9 S. Spring St. Concord, NH

                        April 17, 2014

 

9:30-Coffee and Danish

10:00-Meeting

 

Welcome                                                         Sandy Amlaw

Pledge of Allegiance                           Pauline Desautels

Roll Call                                                           Linda Fanny

Secretary’s Report                                          Linda Fanny

FAQs about NHREA

on Tue, 01/14/2014 - 11:53

What is NHREA?

            NHREA is an association open to all retired educators. It was founded in 1952 to promote the economic, social, and professional welfare of retirees.

Who can belong to NHREA?

            Any retired educator including, but not limited to, teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals, bus drivers, cafeteria staff, custodial staff, and secretaries who worked in a school.

How do I join NHREA?

            To join NHREA, contact Norma Gray, 19 Adams Dr. Kittery, ME 03904 #207-439-5002 or victTreas@aol.com.

Are there local groups?

            There are 18 local

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New Hampshire Retired Educators Association Memorial Award

on Fri, 01/03/2014 - 15:29

The NHREA Memorial Award is a tribute to the many retired and dedicated educators who provided education to the children of New Hampshire. They were instrumental in providing better programs to challenge all levels of abilities of New Hampshire youth. These same people worked to improve the various studies of the certification of educators and to improve the benefits for current educators as well as retirees. Our desire is to provide assistance to someone continuing the education of children

                                                Award Criteria

A.

New Hampshire Retired Educator Association Irene W. Hart Award

on Fri, 01/03/2014 - 15:26

Irene W. Hart

    The Irene W, Hart Memorial Award is named for a dedicated Concord, NH High School English teacher who died in 1995 at the age of 98. Ms. Hart was instrumental in the initiation of programs which improved the equity of salaries for teachers and provided improved retirement benefits for them. Her efforts were responsible for the alliance between state teacher pensions and the Federal Social Security System. She devoted many years to educational causes, and served her profession as a leader on many state and local levels.

LCG Update

on Mon, 12/30/2013 - 00:49

The following was submitted by NHREA Treasurer Marcia Walenta:

Many school districts across the state have returned overpaid funds to retirees.  There are a few dragging their feet, and, incidentally, collecting interest on your money.  If you are in such a district, then call the business manager or the HR person and put pressure on them.  These monies were returned to the districts in August.  No excuses.

It has come to my attention that Keene is asking its retirees to fill out a W9.  This form is to take out taxes.  My recommendation is that you do not sign this form.

Mary W. Ruell Scholarship

on Thu, 11/14/2013 - 00:04

The Mary W. Ruell scholarship is named for a dedicated New Hampshire educator. Mary died in 2013 at the age of 96. She developed, edited, and produced our professional newsletter for 25 years. She became the newsletter’s advisor from 2010 until her death. With her experience, she was a repository of information of past dealings between NHREA, the New Hampshire Legislature, and past governors. She testified at numerous hearings, advocating for retirees benefits.

                                                Award Criteria

A.      The applicant must apply by May 1st of his/her junior year

Have you received your health care premium rebate?

on Wed, 11/13/2013 - 23:55

Many of you may know that the courts ordered the Local Government Center (LGC) to return monies for healthcare premiums that were over-paid for 2010 and 2011 to their clients. The total amount from both 2010 and 2011, including dental and medical is about $800 per person insured.  If the retiree was employed even part of either of those years then the amount will be lower as the district paid part of the premium.   This does not apply to retirees who were covered under School Care. 

The funds have been returned to the clients, the municipalities and school districts.

on Fri, 09/27/2013 - 00:00

 

I  recently had the privilege of rep­resenting retired educators from New Hampshire at NEA’s convention in Atlanta. The first three days were spent with retirees from every state. We are not alone in our frustration to receive COLAs. Many of the retirees I spoke with were equally frustrated. Believe it or not, we are better off than retirees in many other states.

The next week was spent passing NEA’s agenda.

on Wed, 02/27/2013 - 00:00

We have all been called to serve our fellow man. Our nation began with volunteers who served one another in a battle for freedom. Our elected officials serve the public in a highly visible capacity and hopefully do the job that they were elected to do with honesty, integrity and compassion for the persons they represent. Decisions and the passage of laws can be difficult as our leaders sort through the jargon and vote for the services and laws that they feel are best for the majority of the people.

Each of us serves in a different way, choosing the organization that fits with our beliefs.

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