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NARFE meeting

Donna Forbes, at right, a volunteer at the Gloucester Visitor Center, gave a program on that facility, including a history of the National Park Service work at Werowocomoco during the Feb. 21 meeting of Chapter 1757 of the National Active and Retired Employees at Olivia’s in the Village, Gloucester. She is shown here with NARFE Chapter 1757 president Bob Howe. The chapter meets on the third Tuesday of the month at Olivia’s for lunch and a program. The next program is set for 11:30 a.m. on March 21, when a White Elephant exchange will be held; those attending are asked to bring an item to swap. Chapter members are encouraged to attend and visitors are always welcome, a release stated.

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