Commission Chairman, David Austin, presented a Proclamation to the Paulding Retired Educators Association. Sunday, November 1, is recognized by the Governor as Retired Educator Day in Georgia. Paulding has 548 retired educators living here most of whom continue to make contributions of volunteer service as they work for the betterment of lives and society. The Georgia Retired Educators Association has offices in Flowery Branch, GA and are establishing an Education Museum there as well as an honorary brick courtyard. The Paulding Chapter of Retired Educators meet several times a year and the next meeting is Tuesday, November 3, at the Fellowship Hall of The First Baptist Church in Dallas. This covered dish lunch will begin at 12:00 and feature a speaker on the JrROTC program in Paulding schools. Patriotism is the statewide theme for this year. All Retired Educators are welcome.
L/r standing: Don Rauscher, Betty Vollenweider, Beth Black, David Austin, Randy Arnold, Margaret Arnold L/r seated: Sandy Parson, Marsha Rauscher, Susan Lester