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November/December 2012 Newsletter
Posted On: Dec 12, 2012

November/December 2012

Brothers and Sisters,

You are receiving this late due to the fact that the phone lines and the internet was down at the Union Hall for a period of time.

Dates of interest:

November 6th is Election Day (hope you voted).

November 11th is Veterans Day.

November 22th is Thanksgiving Day.

December 10th is the cutoff date for your envelopes to be sent in for the Christmas Party.

December 20th is our Christmas Party.

December 25th is Christmas Day.

The difference between Veterans Day and Memorial Day. Memorial Day honors service members who died in service to their country or as a result of injuries incurred during battle. Deceased veterans are also remembered on Veterans Day but the day is set aside to thank and honor living veterans who served honorably in the military - in wartime or peacetime.

There are a lot of places honoring our veterans on or around Veterans Day. You can Google Veterans Day discounts or freebees or go to web sites such as www.military.com.

The hall for our parties is the UAW Hall at 1010 South Oldham Street. It's near the corner of South Oldham Street and O’Donnell Street, right behind the BP station. The hall is right off the Boston Street exit of Route 95 (new tunnel) and the O’Donnell Street exit of Route 895 (old tunnel). The Christmas party will be held on Thursday December 20th. Not the 21st as posted in the last newsletter.

There are some changes that have been made: (1) The hours for the parties are now 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (instead of noon to 4 p.m.), and (2) NO ONE will be allowed in the hall until 20 minutes prior to the start of the party.

Start getting your envelopes in. Remember that your check should be $25 if one person and $50 if 2 people. You will get your check back at the party. They have to be received by December 10th. There will be a cake wheel and a money wheel. We need volunteers for both of the wheels. Please bring cakes for the cake wheel; thank you in advance.

MENU

Steamed Shrimp
Top Round Beef on the Pit
Sweet Honey Ham on the Pit
Sweet Italian Sausage on the Pit
Homemade Maryland Crab Soup
Shrimp Creole
Creamy Whipped Garlic & Parsley Potatoes
BBQ Chicken
Sweet Corn Casserole
Sauerkraut & Kielbasa
Greek Salad with Fresh Feta
Homemade Pasta Salad
Assorted Cheese Platters
Chips & Pretzels
Assortment of Breads & Rolls for the Pit items

All Fixin’s & Condiments
Assorted Sheet cakes ~ Coffee
Draft Beer (2) Selections (Budweiser & Miller Light)
Non alcoholic beer
Soda, Coffee, Ice Tea, Lemonade, Bottled Water

Remember to purchase some of the 3, 2, 1 and basket of cheer tickets.

New Members: David Rogers Jr., Bueford Byrd

Sick members: Steve Glowacki, Jessie Artis, Frank Debinski, Steve Eckelt

Deceased members: Fred Schmidt, Gene Speed Sr., and Edward Shufford

Remember to keep these members and their families in your thoughts and prayers.

The next meeting will be on Nov 15, 2012, in the Sullivan Hall at Teamsters Local 355, 1030 S. Dukeland St., Baltimore, MD. Remember, there will be no meeting in December due to the Christmas party. Our January, meeting in 2013 is on the 17th.

Coffee and donuts are served at 9:30 a.m., the Executive Board meets at 10 a.m., and the General Meeting begins at 11 a.m. A light lunch is served following the General Meeting. Hope to see you there. Remember to bring another retiree with you.

Fraternally,

Bob Eney,
A.R.M. President



General Membership Meetings:
May 5, 2019 - Baltimore
10 a.m. 
Baltimore Union Hall
May 19, 2019 - Salisbury
10 a.m. Salisbury Union Hall

Please be present and on time.
Bring a coworker!

Just Sayin’
    "Justice is never given; it is exacted and the struggle must be continuous for freedom is never a final fact, but a continuing evolving process to higher and higher levels of human, social, economic, political and religious relationship."
~A. Philip Randolph, civil rights leader and founder of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters




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