District I

 National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association
Welcome Current  & Retired Federal Employees
Contact: Joe Horcher for more information 
District I  Vice President 
NARFE  Chapter 1587
 Joe Horcher, Contact
Telephone 270 354 877
Benton, KY. 42025


District I Vice President's Blog

District I

NARFE Local Chapter 0271
Bowling Green
President  Omar G. Rogers, Contact
Telephone  270-793-0212
Bowling Green, KY. 42103

 Bowling Green Chapter 0271 meets on 3rd Saturday every other month (Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, Nov) at Village Manor, 1800 Westen St., Bowling Green, KY at 1:00 p.m.


 NARFE Local Chapter 1262
    Diane Wood, President
    Hopkinsville Chapter 1262 meets 4th Wednesday in odd-numbered months, 12:30 p.m. 
at A.W. Watts Senior Citizens Center
in Hopkinsville

NARFE Local Chapter 1269
Mammoth Cave (Munfordville)
President Linda B Cooper, Contact
Telephone 270- 861-1153

    Mammoth Cave Chapter 1269 meets 


 NARFE Local Chapter 1291
Telephone 270 831 9936
Henderson, Ky. 42420
    Henderson Chapter 1291 meets 3rd Tuesday in April and October, 1:00 p.m. at
The John James Audubon Museum


NARFE Local Chapter 1373
 Crittenden County 
  Tom Diaz, President
 Telephone 270-969-1424
Call or Text
Web Site
Local 1373 Chapter meetings are held
the third Wednesday of each month at 
Crittenden County Public Library at 11:15 am
Marion, Kentucky 42064

NARFE Local Chapter 1587
 Joe Horcher, Contact
Telephone 270 354 877
Benton, KY. 42025
 Marshall County Chapter 1587 meets 2nd Thursday, March through December. 
In odd-numbered months, meetings are at 2:00 p.m. at Marshall County Library in Benton. 
In even-numbered months meetings are at 5:00 p.m. at various local restaurants.

 NARFE Local Chapter 1730
Trigg County
Telephone 270-522-1610
Cadiz, Ky. 42211

    Trigg County Chapter 1730 meets 2nd Wednesday monthly except July and August,  10:30 a.m. at Cadiz  Senior Center. 

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The Greater Kentucky & Southern Indiana Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association
"NARFE's fundraising has truly been a grassroots effort," said Sheldon Goldberg, president and CEO of the Alzheimer's Association. "NARFE members have been active in their communities organizing fundraising activities, such as coin drops and raffle ticket sales, that have added up to a remarkable donation. Their commitment to the Alzheimer cause for nearly 20 years has helped the Alzheimer's Association fund vital research into the causes, prevention, treatment, and cure of Alzheimer's disease."

Currently, four million Americans are diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and that number is expected to surge as 76 million baby boomers reach the age of greatest risk in 2011.

NARFE made its first pledge to the association in 1986 to create a research endowment of $500,000, and fulfilled that commitment in 1988. The organization then pledged another $500,000, fundraising for which was completed in 1991. Having raised $1million, NARFE became a charter member of the Alzheimer's Association's Zenith Fellows, a premier
group of donors of $1 million to Alzheimer research. Buoyed by its success, NARFE completed a second $1 million campaign, and in 1996 launched the "Target 2000 Fund" to raise a third $1 million by 2000. In January 1999, NARFE began another campaign to bring its cumulative fundraising for the Alzheimer's Association to"$5 million by 2005." The new campaign was so successful by September 2002, NARFE announced at its 27th National Convention that the pledge would be increased by an additional $2 million, bringing the cumulative donation to "$7 million in 2007."

"NARFE is proud to have reached the $5 million goal two years early," said Charles L. Fallis, NARFE national president. "Raising money for Alzheimer's is a 'labor of love' for our members. So many of them have a spouse, relative or good friend impacted by this horrible disease that, helping to find a cure is a natural response. Thanks to thousands of NARFE members, we get closer to the goal of finding a cure each day."

NARFE contributions have supported 24 research projects since 1988, including studies on brain imaging, and the role genetics and vascular factors may play in the onset of Alzheimer's disease.

The National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) is the only association dedicated to protecting the earned retirement benefits of federal employees, retirees and their survivors. Founded by 14 federal workers in 1921, NARFE has become an effective and highly respected legislative voice for federal workers and retirees. Membership has grown to nearly 400,000 federal, District of Columbia, and postal employees, retirees, spouses, and survivors united to preserve the economic security and well-being of federal employees on the job and in retirement. For more information about NARFE, visit www.narfe.org.

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