Members of the Gloucester Retired Educators Association (GREA) recently held a community service project focused on purchasing school supplies for use by teachers and students of the new Page Middle School.
Another project focused on purchasing supplies for the Gloucester United Emergency Team Day Shelter (GUEST). In addition to school items collected for the shelter, GREA made a $200 monetary donation.
GREA programs encourage an exchange of information which includes topics such as county policy, passage of legislation and speakers from local organizations (e.g., Bay Transit, GUEST Day Shelter, Laurel Shelter, GCPS and Gloucester Parks and Recreation), a release said.
At a recent GREA meeting at Beaverdam Park, Park Ranger Michelle Maynora-Hostinsky talked about the park and its services.
All retired teachers, administrators and support staff who reside in the local area are invited to join the Gloucester Retired Educators Association, even if they were involved in another school ...
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