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Winner of the Champaign County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship, Rachel Ebert, center, was recognized at the June meeting of the group. On the left is Pat Detwiler, president, and at right is her father, Richard Ebert. She graduated with honors from Urbana High School and will major in Music Education at Wright State University in the fall.

Winner of the Champaign County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship, Rachel Ebert, center, was recognized at the June meeting of the group. On the left is Pat Detwiler, president, and at right is her father, Richard Ebert. She graduated with honors from Urbana High School and will major in Music Education at Wright State University in the fall.


The Champaign County Retired Teachers Association met at the Church of the Nazarene on East Route 36.

Guests for the day were Liz VanTine, District 3 Director of Ohio Retired Teachers Association, Tammy Vernon, speaker, and Rachel Ebert, CCRTA Scholarship winner.

The next meeting of the CCRTA will have a change of date, due to conflicts with the county fair dates. The group will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18. Speaker will be Bobbi Custer of the Spotted Cow.

Retired teachers not receiving a telephone call to register may e-mail or call Karen Headlee at lheadlee@ctcn.net or 937-653-7777.

Winner of the Champaign County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship, Rachel Ebert, center, was recognized at the June meeting of the group. On the left is Pat Detwiler, president, and at right is her father, Richard Ebert. She graduated with honors from Urbana High School and will major in Music Education at Wright State University in the fall.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2015/07/web1_rachel.jpegWinner of the Champaign County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship, Rachel Ebert, center, was recognized at the June meeting of the group. On the left is Pat Detwiler, president, and at right is her father, Richard Ebert. She graduated with honors from Urbana High School and will major in Music Education at Wright State University in the fall.