Newsletter — February 2021

MEMBERSHIP Thank you for your quick response to our annual membership. While we are not able to offer programs currently, we hope you find this Newsletter informative and that you will want to continue to receive it, and will support SFCRTA. Our membership goes from – January to December. If you have not yet joined,…

Newsletter — December 2020

We’re here! We are still on duty, looking out for information of importance to our membership. The Board of Directors continues to meet via Zoom. While we were disappointed that the October membership meeting planned for Rolling Hills Club in Wilton had to be canceled, we know that no explanation is necessary. Our speaker was…

SFCRTA Board Members Share Quarantine Secrets

Our board member Barbara Oppedisano shares the following: “Google’s arts and culture section allows you see portions of museum collections from around the world.  I called it edutainment.  Many of our members travel and may have canceled visits to these museums, so it gives a virtual experience.“ CLICK HERE for this collection of resources Board…

Newsletter — February 2020

Connecticut Losing Billions of Potential Revenue The Yankee Institute for Public Policy (Mark E. Fitch) reports “Connecticut lost $1.1 billion to other states in 2018 and ranked sixth in the nation for loss of income and wealth to other states.” Retirees make up a significant portion of the income and wealth loss. The Yankee Institute…

Guest Speaker for 2020 Spring Luncheon

Kathleen Holt, MBA, JD – Associate Director Kathleen Holt joined The Center for Medicare Advocacy in 2014 as Associate Director. Ms. Holt began her career with CIGNA Insurance Company, developing insurance claim process improvement strategies. After obtaining her M.B.A. in Healthcare Management from the University of Connecticut, Ms. Holt helped protect patient rights and expand…