A Message From our KTRTA President, Marney Bethell
Traditionally, the KTRTA has seven get-togethers each year, with delicious lunches and interesting speakers, referred to as our Lunch & Speaker Series. The programmes are planned by our executive team after surveying the membership for topics of interest. Of course, COVID-19 has impacted our in-person get-togethers, so for the 2020-2021 season we are meeting outside or virtually via email.
The KTRTA supports the work of the BCRTA helping to lobby the government on issues of importance to our members. We also lobby the BCRTA on issues of importance to our branch members; issues that may not have been raised by the BCRTA.
The KTRTA produces a newsletter, The Bridge, twice a year. It is available on this website. Also available on the website are links to many organizations that members may want to access. This BCRTA link will get you to the BCRTA website – be sure to read Postscript magazine and BCRTA Connections for information about the BCRTA’s activities and discover all of the many benefits for members. Also, check out the Affinity Programs that the BCRTA has negotiated with different groups for cost savings just for us. Their is Extended Health Coverage, travel insurance, Medoc, and home insurance, offered through Johnson Inc.; all of these are raved about by our members!
Members, please know that our executive team is here to support you. We always enjoy hearing from you. If you have any concerns, questions, or suggestions please contact us.
Please take a look at our 2020-2021 KTRTA pamphlet!
Marney Bethell, President KTRTA
Photo: Overlander Bridge from Riverside Park. Kamloops, BC