NARFE met earlier this month at hunting lodge
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Chapter 1730 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) on Wednesday, May 9, was honored to be guests of Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Weaver at their hunting lodge on Will Jackson Road.

This was a special treat for the final chapter meeting before summer recess.

First Vice President Mark Musick conducted the meeting. The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance. Chapter Chaplain Clyde Weaver gave the invocation. Musick welcomed outgoing Kentucky Federation Vice President, Joseph Horcher and introduced the new Kentucky Federation Vice President, Mrs. Amelia Seidel.

Mrs. Seidel was elected to her position at the recent NARFE Federation Convention held April 10 –12 in Hopkinsville.

The Weaver’s had decorated the tables with a patriotic theme. This was a potluck dinner with many delicious contributions. The Weaver’s provided the meat and drinks. A large pan of homemade rolls, still warm from the oven, along with persimmon pudding baked by Mrs.

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