As our organization enters its third year of existence, we do so under our new name–chosen to further reinforce the inclusiveness of our membership.
We hope this action will encourage you to:
We’re an energetic and enthused group of like-minded retired or near-retired individuals.
It’s easy to join via the button on the Membership Page, and as in the past, costs only $20 for the year. Dues paid now give you membership through all of 2015.
Please, join, and please encourage those you know who have not done so to try us out.
Best regards to each of you,
Your Board of Directors
At the February 5th Social and luncheon Tanque Verde Guest Ranch MSRA kicked off the 2015 Charitable Giving nominations–a program begun in 2013/14 to support local area charities. Donation amounts depend on available funds generated by membership dues and the organizations are nominated by our members. The Board makes a final selection of recipients from the nominations received. The 2015 nomination submission deadline was March 31, 2015.
The 2015 recipients were announced at the Stillwell House Dinner Meeting:
Guidelines for nomination and recipient selection are:
In 2014, HTRA made donations to:
You are invited to nominate a worthy, local service organization for consideration in our 2016 Campaign for Charitable Giving. The criteria and Nomination Form are being developed and will be posted when they are available.
The Missile Systems Retirees Association (MSRA) is a tax-free, non-profit, 501 (c) 7 Arizona corporation, and is open to all past and current employees and retirees who worked to make Tucson Missile Systems a success. All of the companies that came together — CSC, E-Systems, GD, HAC, HFCU, Raytheon and TI — are eligible and invited to join. An annual fee of $20 covers your membership. Visit the membership page for more information or to join online. Check out our beautiful Spring Newsletter and our Brochure to learn more!
The HTRA Spring Membership Appreciation Dinner was held at the Stillwell House as we did last year. The weather was perfect. This year guests were offered an Italian dinner with $2 beer and wine tickets and were entertained by Manny Herrera, soloist. His repertoire included artists like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Perry Como, Bobby Darin, Andy Williams, and Nat King Cole. His versatility also extends to 50’s, 60’s
and 70’s music.
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