Retired Teachers know how to have fun


Thursday, February 21st, 2013
Issue 08, Volume 17.


Retired Teachers know how to have fun - Lucette Moramarco photo. - The Cutie Patooties team of retired teachers takes a bow after performing a simulated synchronized swimming routine as the finale of the variety show put on by California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) Division 81, from left, Judy Igoe, Lenora Sears, Sherry Ludwig, Sandy Bell, Marilyn Wertz, Sally Whitlock and Jewell Ford.
The Cutie Patooties team of retired teachers takes a bow after performing a simulated synchronized swimming routine as the finale of the variety show put on by California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) Division 81, from left, Judy Igoe, Lenora Sears, Sherry Ludwig, Sandy Bell, Marilyn Wertz, Sally Whitlock and Jewell Ford.

Retired Teachers know how to have fun - Lucette Moramarco photo. - Retired teacher Martha Bozulich sings “The Blue Room” with her daughter, professional singer Carla Bozulich, who plays guitar. They were accompanied by Bud Roberds on piano at the retired teachers’ meeting held at Fallbrook Golf Club’s Hukilau restaurant on Feb. 13.
Retired teacher Martha Bozulich sings “The Blue Room” with her daughter, professional singer Carla Bozulich, who plays guitar. They were accompanied by Bud Roberds on piano at the retired teachers’ meeting held at Fallbrook Golf Club’s Hukilau restaurant on Feb. 13.

Retired Teachers know how to have fun - Lucette Moramarco photo. - CalRTA member Skip Clayton plays “Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream” on his autoharp which he designed and made himself.
CalRTA member Skip Clayton plays “Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream” on his autoharp which he designed and made himself.

Retired Teachers know how to have fun - Lucette Moramarco photo. - Lenora Sears portrays George Burns singing “Old Bones” at the Hukilau Restaurant as part of CalRTA’s annual talent show. Bud Roberds played piano for the performance.
Lenora Sears portrays George Burns singing “Old Bones” at the Hukilau Restaurant as part of CalRTA’s annual talent show. Bud Roberds played piano for the performance.

Retired Teachers know how to have fun - Lucette Moramarco photo. - Judy Igoe presents the book Pete the Cat with the message, “No matter what you step in, keep on walking and singing your song because it doesn’t matter.”
Judy Igoe presents the book Pete the Cat with the message, “No matter what you step in, keep on walking and singing your song because it doesn’t matter.”

Retired Teachers know how to have fun - Lucette Moramarco photo. - Genie Summers, left, plays the part of a computer store saleslady in a skit, “Abbott and Costello Buy a Computer,” with Lenora Sears as the mystified customer on the other end of the phone.
Genie Summers, left, plays the part of a computer store saleslady in a skit, “Abbott and Costello Buy a Computer,” with Lenora Sears as the mystified customer on the other end of the phone.

Retired Teachers know how to have fun - Lucette Moramarco photo. - Ukelele players, from left, Sally Whitlock, Skip Clayton and Frank Burham lead the audience in singing “Somewhere over the Rainbow.”
Ukelele players, from left, Sally Whitlock, Skip Clayton and Frank Burham lead the audience in singing “Somewhere over the Rainbow.”


 

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Comment Profile ImageLenora Sears, R & R Team, CalRTA Division 81
Comment #1 | Thursday, Feb 21, 2013 at 6:13 pm
Thank you to the Village News, especially Lucette Moramarco, for covering our Member Variety Show. Retired Teachers actively volunteer in the Fallbrook community and North County. We welcome all who are interested in education and protection of teacher pensions. Join Division 81 every second Wednesday of the month at the Fallbrook Golf Club at 9:00 am for brunch. Reserve @ 760-728-1092 ($15.00 at the door)

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