These meetings consist of a sign-in and greeting period, the lunch, and a presentation by one or more guest speakers, usually followed by a lively question-and-answer session. Finally, chapter business is led by the chapter president, and the meeting is adjourned.
Whether you are a member, potential member, or guest, please plan to attend. For directions and more information, go to our Meeting Page.
November 26, 2017 Luncheon Program
Luncheon Entrée Choices:
Served with salad, bread, coffee/tea and dessert
' Please call your reservation and choice of entree to Shirley Boning at (571) 442-8910 or email Shirley.firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Thursday, November 22, 2018. LUNCHEON BEGINS AT 11:30 a.m.! The luncheon entrée cost is $18. You may order from the menu but your entrée should not be priced at more than $14.50.
Served w/salad, coffee, tea, bread, butter and dessert
' Please call your reservation and choice of entree to Shirley Boning at (571) 442-8910 or email Shirley.email@example.com later than Thursday, December 6, 2018. LUNCHEON BEGINS AT 11:30 a.m. The luncheon entrée cost is $18. You may pay Amphora with cash, check or credit card.
|Message from our President|
Welcome to NARFE Dulles Chapter 1241’s website. Dulles Chapter serves current and retired federal employees in Herndon, Centreville, Chantilly, Ashburn, Leesburg, Reston, Sterling and outlying areas. Our membership is divided between two Congressional Districts, the 11th to the East which is represented by Congressman Gerry Connolly; and the 10th to the west which is represented by Congresswoman Barbara Comstock. Congressman Connolly is a good friend of NARFE and fully understands the needs and importance of government workers. Congresswoman Comstock took Congressman Frank Wolf’s seat in January 2015 and we hope to introduce her to our chapter soon. As a chapter, we try to help our members understand and work with their representatives in Congress on issues of legislation that pertains to federal employees and annuitants. We are a chapter of approximately775 members. We publish a newsletter monthly except in July and August when the chapter is dormant. We hold a luncheon program monthly (except July and August) and try to have interesting and informative speakers. Speakers include our U. S. Congressional Representatives, Congressional candidates, delegates from the Virginia General Assembly, experts on health and safety issues, etc.
Dulles Chapter has a Service Officer, a key position in NARFE, who offers assistance to members or spouses in the event of a member’s death or serious illness with contact information for resources that may be of help.
Dulles Chapter is an active participant in the Virginia Federation of Chapters Board of Directors and annual convention as well as sharing information with other chapters in the Northern Virginia Caucus.
We hope that you will join us for an interesting program soon.
Patricia M. Wolfe, President
|Ever want to know what NARFE is all about?|
At the bottom of every press release from the national office of NARFE,
NARFE, one of America’s oldest and largest associations, was founded in 1921 with the mission of protecting the earned rights and benefits of America’s active and retired federal workers. The largest federal employee/ retiree organization, NARFE represents the retirement interests of nearly 5 million current and future federal annuitants, spouses, and survivors.
|Ten Things our Virginia Federation of Chapters Does for Us|
One of the great benefits of NARFE membership is the many discounts available to members. Just look in the back of your NARFE Magazine for a listing of everything available.
You will find discounts on insurance, travel, car rental, hotels and many others items. Also there are ways to earn more on savings accounts. Check out some of these and take advantage of them.