Retired public school employees from Perry County are giving back to the community — to the tune of more than a half million dollars in 2011.
The 1960s were a turbulent period in our nation’s history. The Vietnam War sparked unrest at home and drove people to the streets in protest. They challenged the authorities in government and in many of our institutions, including our educational system. They wanted equality and civil rights and promoted peace and compassion. They demanded change.
PASR is in constant motion, continuously seeking new ideas, implementing new programs, and providing more opportunities for members to participate in efforts to achieve our mission: To serve others in need and help one another enjoy retirement. A new program being promoted this year by the volunteers serving on the state community service committee, providing […]
Lower Dauphin HS senior Amanda Ringenbach recently was awarded a scholarship from the Dauphin Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees. Ringenbach plans to attend Lebanon Valley College in the fall and study early childhood education with a minor in special education.