I’m in KIT


Last year my husband Dave won a prize when he entered a draw for retired Manitoba teachers who were doing volunteer work.  He mentioned the volunteer work we had done in Jamaica.  

kit magazineThe news article about him winning his prize was in a 2014 KIT magazine. Later a staff person contacted me to ask if I would write a story about our volunteer experience.  It was just published in the Winter 2015 issue of the magazine. 

The fact that so many people at church, at my part time jobs, at social functions and via e-mail and phone have talked to me about the piece lets me know retired teachers really do like to KEEP IN TOUCH.  It just proves that the name of the magazine KIT  (Keep in Touch) is exactly what the magazine does- keeps retired Manitoba teachers in touch with each other. 

Other posts……….

He’s a Winner

A Terrifying Story Politely Told

A Day in the Life of the Runaway Bay Tutoring Centre

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