NARFE - Chapter 97
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Frequently Asked Questions
Reasons to Join NARFE
What is NARFE?   
§ The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) is the only association solely dedicated to safeguarding and enhancing the benefits of America’s active and retired federal employees and their survivors. NARFE is an advocate for both active and retired federal employees before Congress and the White House. Membership totals approximately 300,000 individuals.
§ NARFE sponsors and supports legislation to protect the earned retirement benefits and general welfare of members. Its years of experience on Capitol Hill and in federal agencies have made NARFE a respected name among members of Congress and a key player in the federal community.
What do you get when you join?
§ A voice on Capitol Hill,
§ An award-winning monthly magazine and exclusive website access,
§ Electronic alerts to legislation affecting your income and health care security,
§ Access to NARFE’s Legislative Action Center, weekly Legislative Hotlines and a variety of other information,
§ Exclusive access to a set of easy-to-use online financial planning tools and e-seminars,
§ Eligibility for college scholarships and disaster relief grants, and
§ Discounts on hotels, cruises, vacation tours, car rentals, bank cards and more!
How much does it cost?
To join Central Kentucky Chapter 97, it costs you fourteen cents ($ .14) a day.    [Other Chapters across the country could be slightly more or less.]
For additional information or an application, call or contact Henry Duncan, President (859) 873-5399                                 

Question:  What NARFE chapter represents individual KY counies?

Chapter      97     Central Kenucky (Lexington)
Chapter     931   Thos. C. Billington (Ashland)
Chapter   1249   Boonesbourough (Richmond)
Chapter   1613   South Central KY (Somerset)
Chapter   1653   Cumberland Vallet (London)
Chapter   1828   Winchester
Chapter   2203   Ft. Harrod (Harrodsburg)
Chapter   2229   Frankfort