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Club news: National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association

On March 9, members of the Grass Valley Chapter 1335 were treated to a St. Patrick’s Day corned beef lunch followed by a program featuring The Union Editor, Pat Butler. He explained some of the nuts and bolts of the inner workings of The Union and addressed the perception of its political bias by some of the public vs. the reality. An extensive question and answer period followed the presentation.

The next meeting will be April 13. The program will include a presentation on the Empire Mine’s new adit by Ray Patton.

All current and retired federal employees and their spouses are eligible to join NARFE. Chapter 1335 meets the second Thursday of each month at the Grass Valley Moose Lodge, 15694 Allison Ranch Road (just off Highway 49). Social time begins at 11:15 a.m. and lunch is served at noon with program and business meeting following. For more information call 273-7324.

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