Are you looking to make the most of your NJREA membership? Want to find out how you can help elect a new, pro-labor, pro-education governor? Then mark your calendars and join NJREA for its annual Fall Meeting on Thursday, Sept. 28.
This popular member event will again be held at the Nottingham Ballroom in Hamilton. Please be advised that this luncheon will not be advertised in the September NJREA Newsletter. Any members wishing to attend this event must use the coupon found in the June issue of the NJREA Newsletter or NJREA webpage and send their reservations in before the Sept. 18 deadline.
The day’s activities will begin at 10 a.m. with the Delegate Council meeting, where officers and representatives attend to the business of the organization. Any member wishing to bring forward business to the Delegate Council should indicate his or her intention in the speaker’s book upon arrival.
At the “Member Information Session” you’ll hear important updates on pensions, health benefits and the latest news affecting our union and its members. There is also time provided for questions and answers.
Reserve your spot now
The cost of the fall luncheon remains at $30 per person, which includes breakfast and all taxes and gratuities. Members still have the option to come for breakfast only, for a cost of just $5. Reminder: As per long-standing NJREA policy, any individuals who are eligible for NJREA membership and have elected not to join are not permitted to attend as guests.
Please remember that attendees will no longer be allowed to reserve tables upon arrival. Any member wishing to sit with his or her county should indicate this intention on the coupon form. Reserved seating requests will be honored only if received on or before the registration deadline.
To register, send the coupon found in the June NJREA Newsletter along with your check (payable to NJREA) to NJREA Second Vice President Joan Wright by Sept. 18. Be sure to include your meal choice of chicken française, pasta primavera, or garden salad with shrimp accompanied by a side of soup.
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