The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, Chapter 1828, met Jan. 22 at noon at the Taste of China. Eric Hunter, a paramedic with the Winchester Fire-Emergency Medical Service, presented a program, giving NARFE the history of the Emergency Medical Service. He discussed Winchester Fire-EMS' staffing, education and training, ambulances, the services they provide, safety activities and their interaction with the community.
Present at the meeting were Gayle Rees, Charlotte Rees, Billie Scrivner, Jean Brandenburg, Donald Spillman, Audrey King, Betty Hollon, Donald Henry, Janice Taulbee, Stoner Parsons, Helen Parsons, Philip Jackson, Mary Lee Jackson, Fred Dulin, Teresa Dulin, Bob Larkey, Jane Larkey, George Chalfant, Elizabeth Chalfant, Floyd Gibbs, Pat Gibbs, Ruby Lenox, Geneva Lenox, R.B. Omohundro, Lila Omohundro, Elbert Powell, Evelyn Powell, Elizabeth Bunch, Garrett Brown, Serena Brown and Diana Combs.
The next NARFE meeting will be at noon Tuesday, Feb. 26 at the Taste of China.