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Viva l'Italia!


We’re in for a treat with our next Passports and Pastimes presenters!  Three of our retirees will be sharing about their travels at different times to Italy – Mary Lou Fish, Diana Ward, and Dorothy Zinsmeister.  Not only will we hear stories and see photographs, but we’ll also get to taste a little of Italy with samples of a recipe that Mary Lou learned in a cooking class that she attended while there.

Date and Time:  Friday, February 20, 2015 @ 10:00 a.m.

Place:  Town Point, Room 4130

Please RSVP by reply to this e-mail or call the Retirees Office at 470-578-7984.

Upcoming Events Spring 2015

Mark your calendar for these upcoming events -

Feb. 6, Steering Committee Meeting, 10:00am

March 21, Paul Byrom Concert, 7:00pm

April 24, New Retirees Recognition Ceremony & Luncheon, 10:00am

Watch for more activities coming soon!

Get in the Game!!!


Join us for another fun KSU Retirees Association event!

On Thursday, January 22, 2015, at 7:00pm we will attend the Owls Men’s Basketball game as they take on Stetson University. The Retirees Association will be recognized at the game and will have reserved seats. FREE admission for retirees and $5 for guests! For those who would like to meet before the game and have a bite to eat, join us at Papi’s on Chastain Rd. (near California Dreaming) at 5:30 pm. 

**Free parking is available in the East Deck next to the Convocation Center**

RSVP to 470-578-7984 or so we can reserve a seat with the group for you!

Steering Committee Meeting, Friday, Dec. 5, 2014

The Retirees Association Steering Committee will be meeting on Friday, Dec. 5, at 10:00 in Town Point 4130. The planning committee for the Dec. 14 concert will be meeting immediately following the Steering Committee meeting in the same room. Please let Janice know if you will be attending by emailing or calling 470-578-7984.

Passports and Pastimes with Mary Platt

10 a.m., Friday, November 21, 2014, Town Point, Room 4130


Mary will share with the Retirees Association her experiences and travels with “change ringing.”  Change Ringing is a team sport, a highly coordinated musical performance, an antique art, and a demanding exercise that involves a group of people ringing rhythmically a set of tuned bells through a series of changing sequences that are determined by mathematical principles and executed according to learned patterns.

Come join us for an interesting and fun morning.  We’ll go to lunch afterwards at a local restaurant (Dutch treat).  RSVP to 470-578-7984 or