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Welcome to the AFSCME Retirees Chapter 4 Web Site

Welcome to the official website of AFSCME Retirees Chapter 4.  If you are a Chapter 4 member we hope you will come here often.  This is the place to find information on upcoming meetings, to see photos of recent events, and to update yourself on what is happening within AFSCME.  Information on this site is linked directly from both the Council 4 and AFSCME International websites, in addition to having information pertaining just to our chapter.

Please be sure to browse all of the pages and feel free to contact the chapter with any comments or suggestions as we continue to build our site. The website will change and grow as we continue to perfect it.  Don't forget to register in the area provided on the right (labeled "sign up") so that you will be able to access any information that is for members only.

If you are a retired Connecticut municipal or state worker and are not yet a member of AFSCME Retirees Chapter 4, we hope the information you gain by browsing our site will lead you to want to join. We suggest you get to know us by reading the "About Chapter 4" page where you will also find a membership application to download. 

Those of you who are already members of Chapter 4, please note that it is important to notify us any time you change your address so that you will receive mailings from the chapter.  See the "About Chapter 4" page for information on how to reach us (Please note that you need to be a registered user on this site to see the contact information so if you have not yet registered now is the perfect time to do so.  If you registered previously, just sign in to access the information).

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