California Retired Teachers Association
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About Division 85
The Tri-Valley Division of CalRTA was formed in 1990 and we now have 400 members! Most of us live or worked in Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore areas.
The California Retired Teachers Association has over 50,000 members. With grassroots participation at each division level, as well as legislative advocacy in Sacramento and Washington, D.C., we are the dominant force in protecting and enhancing the benefits of retired educators.
For more information about our advocacy for retired teachers and public education, click on the links to CalRTA and Area 4 at the top left corner.
Division 85 Activities
We enjoy retirement! Locally, we have events such as luncheon meetings, special projects, and we encourage our members to take advantage of senior rush prices at the American Conservatory Theater. We provide many opportunities for fellowship and fun.
We are committed to both future and current teachers. Each year we award scholarships to those studying to become teachers. This year we granted six $1500 scholarships to high school seniors and college students pursuing teaching careers. Select the May-June Newsletter link in the lower left for more about these future teachers.
After receiving 155 application the decisions were finally made for the 2010 Teachers' Stipend recipients. The following teachers will be receiving stipends to be spent in the fields of math, literature, science, PE, and art. It was difficult for the seven committee members to choose. This year's winners were: Janet Baccus, Lincoln Losen, Elise Allen, and Lucille Holloway from Livermore; Karen Conrad from Dublin; and Michelle O'Connor and the second grade team, Janet Dobbs, Tracy Zuehlsdorf, Beth Cutter, and JoAnne Gross, from Pleasanton.
An excellent source for information about who we are and what we do at the division level is our newsletters. These are mailed to our members and posted on our web site. The links appear in the left column.
Becoming a MemberCalRTA membership is not restricted to retired educators. If you are currently an educator or are just interested in supporting CalRTA, you are welcome to attend a luncheon meeting and become a member!
2013 Student Scholarships
We will be honoring this year's winners at our May 21 luncheon. Come and meet these winners!
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Bi-Monthly Membership Meetings
Division 85 meetings are held on the third Tuesday of odd numbered months at the I.B.E.W. Hall, 6250 Village Parkway, Dublin. A local caterer provides a four course lunch for under $15. The next meeting will be May 21. Please click on the latest Newsletter button for the reservation form, program, and meeting information. We welcome all current and prospective members!
Division 85 Board Meetings
The Division 85 Board meets on the first Tuesday of even numbered months from 10 a.m. until noon at the IBEW Hall, 6250 Village Parkway in Dublin. All members are invited to attend.
Officers and Committee Chairs
Reports and articles by these officers and committee chairs appear in the division newsletter - Second Recess. Also, use the Photos link on the left column to see large images of many of our hard working leaders.
Social Security Fairness
This group is dedicated to informing the public about the WEP and GPO provisions of Social Security that adversely affect the incomes of thousands of retired educators and public workers in 14 states including California. Social Security Fairness, CalRTA, and other public interest associations have formed a hard working coalition to get Congress to pass legislation that will eliminate these unfair penalties. For more information and a current update click on this link: www.ssfairness.com.
Personal Interest SurfingIf you have some spare time, you may want to visit the Leisure Pursuits links on the left. In particular the Daily News link provides an excellent set of local, state, national, and international links for staying current on news topics and events.
Teacher Stipend RecipientsYou will find a list of this years' winners by clicking here.
|CalRTA's Core Purpose: To Enhance and Protect the Benefits of Retired Educators.|