NARFE Northern Hills Meeting The Northern Hills Chapter of National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, January 18 at noon at the Pizza Ranch in Sturgis. The meeting is open to members as well as current or retired federal employees.
About NARFE The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) is a 501(c)(5) nonprofit membership organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the earned pay, retirement and health care benefits of federal employees, retirees and their survivors. Founded in 1921, NARFE‘s legacy spans more than 95 years – advocating tirelessly in support of our members before Office of Personnel Management, members of Congress and the White House.
NARFE Mission Statement: • To support legislation beneficial to current and potential federal annuitants and to oppose legislation contrary to their interests. • To promote the general welfare of current and potential federal annuitants by advising them with respect to their rights under retirement laws and regulations. • To cooperate with other organizations and associations in furtherance of these general objectives.
NARFE’s mission is both critical and timely as Congress and the administration consider unprecedented cuts to federal pay and benefits. Each new member strengthens our message to Congress, fortifies our national outreach, and demonstrates their dedication to maintaining a strong and effective federal workforce.
There are four NARFE chapters in the Black Hills region - Northern Hills (Sturgis), Rapid City, Custer, and Hot Springs. More information is available at www.narfe.org/sd
Preservation Thursday: Sanford Lab: Science Today and into the Future
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Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center, Deadwood
The Sanford Lab has active science experiments installed and operating nearly a mile underground. The Lab’s future is very bright with plans for physics experiments studying neutrinos and dark matter. Executive Director of the South Dakota Science and Technology Authority, Mike Headley, will outline the Lab’s current activities and future construction plans for one of the largest mega-science projects ever to be attempted on United States soil. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 12:00 p.m.; admission by donation.
Rose Speirs, 605-722-4800, Rose@deadwoodhistory.com
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