CYNTHIA HEATH | CONTRIBUTED FOR THE CHILDREN: The North Carolina Retired School Personnel (NCRSP)-Beaufort County Unit has adopted two projects this year aligned with the state's goal to generate recognition in the community through annual group projects in support of children and public education. The organization also seeks to engage in-group projects that increase their public visibility.  Members of the local unit are collecting luggage for distribution to the children in Beaufort County's foster care program. The collection of luggage began in September 2013 and netted 25 pieces of new and gently used items delivered recently to Shirley Williams, Licensing Foster Care SW Children Services, Team III. Pictured are NCRSP members Cynthia Heath, local unit president, Delores Moore, Community Participation Chair, and Julia Jackson, Historian with Williams (third from right). Membership in the Organization is available to anyone who is retired and was employed in a school system, in or out of state.
CYNTHIA HEATH | CONTRIBUTED
FOR THE CHILDREN: The North Carolina Retired School Personnel (NCRSP)-Beaufort County Unit has adopted two projects this year aligned with the state's goal to generate recognition in the community through annual group projects in support of children and public education. The organization also seeks to engage in-group projects that increase their public visibility.
Members of the local unit are collecting luggage for distribution to the children in Beaufort County's foster care program.
The collection of luggage began in September 2013 and netted 25 pieces of new and gently used items delivered recently to Shirley Williams, Licensing Foster Care SW Children Services, Team III.
Pictured are NCRSP members Cynthia Heath, local unit president, Delores Moore, Community Participation Chair, and Julia Jackson, Historian with Williams (third from right).
Membership in the Organization is available to anyone who is retired and was employed in a school system, in or out of state.

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