NATIONAL ACTIVE AND RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION


Summerville Chapter 1082

 

In 2018 the Summerville Chapter Celebrated its 50th Anniversary!!

For Anniversary Pictures - Go to the Anniversary Photos Page

 

 NARFE’S Chapter 1082 (Flowertown-Summerville) is located in Summerville, South Carolina.  The chapter was founded in 1968 for all ACTIVE and RETIRED Federal Employees, their spouses and survivors; united to preserve their economic security and well-being. 

 

NARFE’S objectives are to: 

 Sponsor and support legislation to protect the benefits and general welfare of its members on issues such as health benefits, retirement, etc.;

 

 Inform members about legislative issues, primarily retirement income and health care benefits, taxation and COLAs;

 

 Strengthen the political influence of current and future federal retirees through NARFE-PAC, a political action committee;

 

 Cooperate with other organizations seeking to accomplish similar legislative goals;

 

 Work in partnership with the Office of Personnel Management to answer questions related to retirement benefits;

 

 Foster public recognition and appreciation of government service, and

 

Contribute to the well-being of local communities.

 

 

 











 

 

 

                                      

Recent Posting Date: Sept 17, 2018      www.1082.scnarfe.org            

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEPTEMBER MEETING CANCELLED

(Click here to see a Letter from the Chapter President)

 

 

CHAPTER

MEETINGS

 

Chapter 1082 

meets on the 3rd Monday of each month at 1:30 pm at the Faith Sellers Senior Center Located at 312 N. Laurel St. in Summerville, SC.

(There are no meetings in Jun., Jul., & Aug.) 


Exception: On Monday holidays or other times when the Center is closed.     

 

 

 A schedule of the 2017/2018 meeting dates is available here. 

 

Also, you can contact any Chapter Officer for an updated schedule.


 

 

CHAPTER

OFFICERS

 

PRESIDENT

Patricia Whitely

 

VICE PRESIDENT For MEMBERSHIP

 Joseph R. Kohut

  

TREASURER

Gail F. Peapples