Programs & Events
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela
Good news from AMBA. See Announcement Below.
It's time to make your reservation -
for ACRTA's next association meeting - Tuesday, September 19! Come join your ACRTA community, bring a friend or two, enjoy a great lunch, and hear what's been happening with your STRS retirement. The always delighful Dr. Robin Rayfield will be our speaker.
Christ United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall - 11:30 a.m.
Please contact Shriley Wolfe (419-651-1561 firstname.lastname@example.org) or Marla Willeke (419-651-4284 email@example.com)
to make reservations.
You may also renew your memberships with ACRTA and ORTA while here.
ACRTA Announces 2023 - 2024 Meeting Schedule and Programs
Tuesday, September 19, 2023
presentation by Dr. Robin Rayfield, executive director of ORTA.
Tuesday, October 17, 2023
with a program presented by Dr. Randy Overbeck “Things Still Go Bump in the Night”
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Wade Steen former STRS Board member and friend to Ohio's retirees will be guest speaker
Tuesday, May21, 2024
musical presentation by the AHS “Sing N’Swing” choir
presentation of our scholarship winner(s) and
a memorial service for deceased educators
All meetings will be held at Christ United Methodist Church (click HERE for directions) beginning at 11:30am. Joan’s Tavern will cater our luncheons this season.
ACRTA Awards Two 2023 Scholarships to Allie Chambers and Katlynn Branham
ACRTA members’ generosity allowed the Scholarship Committee the opportunity to award two $500 scholarships this year. The Committee had no difficulty identifying two outstanding recipients.
Katlynn Branham, the daughter of Edward Branham in Greenwich, is an honors senior at Crestview High School. She plans to attend Kent State University to be become a high school science or government teachers. Katlynn has participated in a wide range of activities including four years in track and field, marching band color guard, and drama club. Her teacher recommendations identify Katlynn as an excellent role model, a student with outstanding work ethic, and as a highly motivated and gifted student.
Allie Chambers, daughter of Jessica Chambers, Jeromesville, is an outstanding senior at Hillsdale High School. She plans to attend the University of Akron to become an integrated science teacher. Allie is a member of National Honor Society, band, and choir. She plays both volleyball and basketball. She also serves as Senior Class Vice-president, on Student Council, and as a member of Kindness Club. Her teacher recommendations highlight her creativity, her inquiring mind, work ethic, positive attitude and perseverance.
Congratulations to both Katlynn and Allie!