The AFSCME Retiree Program, which began operation in 1980, is an expanding national network of retired public sector workers. In the last ten years, the Program's membership has tripled, growing from 60,000 to over 200,000 dues-paying retirees in 36 chapters and 250 local sub-chapters.
Smitty and Vicki spent a week with Butch
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NL Credit Union 50th anniversary
2013 day at the range
Membership is open to all
retired public employees who were members of AFSCME or who were eligible
to be members while working. Spouses are also eligible to join and are
encouraged to participate in retiree activities
Members receive an official membership card from the International as well as a subscription to AFSCME's national magazine, the Public Employee, which features a page devoted to retiree issues. Retiree members also receive the Retiree Program's quarterly newsletter, PrimeTime.
to the retirees any benefit in the AFSCME Advantage program. Currently,
these include the MasterCard, low-cost life insurance, discount legal
services, and low-interest mortgages, among others. If a working member
retires and wants to continue these benefits, the retiree must join
an AFSCME Retiree Chapter
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