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Cancellation of January 17th Dinner Meeting
Due to the forecast of heavier than normal snow accumulation, school closures, and cancellation
of our guest speaker and color guard due to weather, we regret to inform our members and guests
that we are CANCELLING the Triangle MOAA dinner meeting scheduled for Weds, 17 January
2018. We will work to reschedule the celebration of our 55th Anniversary at our next dinner
meeting currently scheduled for Wednesday, 14 March 2018.
We are sorry for the inconvenience this has caused, but we are keeping the safety of our
members and guests foremost in our decision. Please check back with our website for further
information of our next meeting.
For those who have already made payment for the event, we suggest using those funds as a credit
to our next dinner meeting. If that is not feasible and you would like to make other
arrangements, please contact our Treasurer, JoAnn Harrington, at email@example.com
The purpose of the Web Site is to keep our members and other
officers and warrant officers informed of legislative, medical benefits,
survivor and other information of interest.
The Chapter was originally formed in 1964. Although the Chapter area
includes Wake, Franklin, Granville, Nash and Vance Counties, most of the
members are from Wake County. Our Chapter is a nonprofit organization
formed under section 501(c)(19) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
Why Join MOAA?
There is no better organization than MOAA to provide the services and
information that can help fulfill retirement objectives. National MOAA
Keeps you updated on Federal medical and pay benefits, and other current
legislation actions. The Triangle Chapter provides information pertaining
to State retiree and active duty benefits.
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