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November 7, 2013

Luncheon reservations due today

GOSHEN — The Elkhart County Retired Teachers Association luncheon is set to take place Nov. 14 at West Goshen Church of the Brethren, 1200 Berkey Ave., Goshen. The meal will begin at 11:30 a.m. and the cost is $12 per person. Call Pat Huber at 533-1873 or email Elaine Fry at frey@ecrta.com for reservations, due today.

The program will feature Marcia Yost and the Goshen High School Crimsonaires.

Donations of paper products, canned goods and money will be accepted for The Window.

Members are reminded that membership dues of $10 need to be updated for 2013-2014.

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