NARFE Members Learn How Best To Help When EMTs Are Called

Virginia (Ginny) Taylor (left), Program Chair, Williamsburg Chapter of the National Association of Retired and Active Federal Employees (NARFE) thanks Kat Lindsay for speaking at NARFE's February 12 Luncheon. Lindsay, an advanced emergency medical technician (EMT) with James City County Fire and Rescue, provided numerous tips to help EMTs should they be called to their homes and for preventing accidents in the home. Originally from Jan Jose, California, Lindsay moved to Toano, Virginia, in 1994. She works in surgical services at Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center, and has been a volunteer with the James City Volunteer Rescue Squad for eight years.
The luncheons of NARFE's Williamsburg chapter are held the second Tuesday of the month at the Colonial Heritage Restaurant, 6520 Arthur Hills Drive, Williamsburg. Lunch is served at 11:30 following a social gathering at 11:00. Speakers address topics of interest to Federal civilian employees and retirees. The next luncheon will be March 12; the speaker will be Dan Lonegran, an ISA (International Society of Arboriculture) Certified Arborist with Bartlett Tree Experts.
Cost for lunch, payable to the restaurant, is $20. Luncheon meetings are held every month except July and August when alternative activities, such as a picnic, are planned. Luncheons and other chapter activates are open to all NARFE members, their spouses, and guests. Spouses also are eligible to become NARFE members.
Please RSVP no later than the Thursday before the Tuesday luncheon to Pat Gamble at For the March luncheon, the reservation deadline is Thursday, March 7.

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