• Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself. ~John Dewey

Welcome

Welcome to Spokane Area Retired Educators 2016-2017. The mission of SAREA is to strengthen bonds of friendship among retired educators, to encourage continued interest in education, to promote the general welfare of retired educators, to work toward improved retirement legislation and to take an active part in civic affairs. This year we are focusing on increasing our membership. Our first general meeting in September will have Katie Staib, the Museum Youth Programs Manager from the MAC. Invite your friends and potential members to join us as we listen to this speaker. This is a great opportunity for our unit to increase membership and enhance our treasury. I challenge each of us to invite one new member to join SAREA this year. You will find brochures and membership enrollment forms at each meeting; grab a few to have with you. When you see an active educator or a retiree, you can give him or her a form to fill out. “You Support What You Create.” The Board decided to ask each member bring a hat, mittens, scarves, etc. to the September- December meetings. We would like to support foster children of all ages and sizes who have nothing to keep them warm. Our meetings throughout the year will be interesting, enlightening and entertaining. Please put the dates on your calendar and plan to attend. Our meetings are held at the South Hill Library, Mukogawa Center on the Fort Wright Campus, and the Manito Golf & Country Club. We look forward to seeing you.

Karen Mahan, President

PLEASE NOTE IMPORTANT RETIREMENT CONFERENCE COMING...CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS & REGISTRATION
FOR THOSE ATTENDING PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR EVALUATION FORM-YOUR RESPONSE IS MUCH APPRECIATED.



Mission Statement

 

Strengthen bonds of friendship among retired educators, encourage continued interest in education, promote the general welfare of retired educators, work toward improved retirement legislation , and take an active part in civic affairs.

 

It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge
                                                                                               
Albert Einstein