Thirty members of Chapter 1050 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees met in February for a pot luck soup and chili meal.
The brief business meeting included information about the March program. Member Gary Kempf will return to continue his information on the history of Fort Knox.
Since 1937, U.S. flags flown over the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. have been presented to honor the works of civic organizations and individuals. One such flag was presented to Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Director Emeritus Howard A. Williams. The Capitol flag was obtained through Kentucky Second District Con-gressman Brett Guthrie.
AUSA Chapter President Rick Bennett, left, presents a plaque commemorating his service and a past president’s pin to Edwin Snyder at the January meeting of the executive council. Snyder served as the Fort Knox Chapter AUSA president from 2012-14.
Ancestral Trails Historical Society recently met with Steve Rafferty as guest speaker.
Rafferty spoke on how to go about preserving the military history of family members.
Rafferty is a volunteer at the Ancestral Trails Historical Society and can be found volunteering there on Fridays.
Lincoln Trail Area Master Gardeners President Joni House Webb, right, presents a certificate of accomplishment to Janet McDermott for having the most volunteer hours in 2014. Janet logged in more than 1,000 hours.