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January 12, 2018 Joint Council 75 Delegates Meeting

Ken Wood, President of the Joint Council 75 Addresses the Delegates

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Teamster Retirees

Local 79
Bay Area Retiree Chapter

The Bay Area Retiree Chapter meets at 10 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month during the months of February, April, June, August, October, and December. The meetings are held at Teamsters Local Union No. 79 located at 5818 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33619. Club dues are $30.00 per year and your spouse is our guest. We currently have 152 members plus spouses. Remember, the stronger we are, the more we will be heard on issues that affect retirees.

Local 79's Executive Board has adopted a program where the Local will pay the first year's Retiree Club dues for all members who retire from Local 79. We would like to thank Local 79's Executive Board in assisting our Retiree Club by paying the first year's Club dues and making the members aware of our Retiree Club.

The Bay Area Retiree Chapter was founded on July 21, 1986 and we welcome all Teamster retirees to join us at our meeting.  Please check Local 79's web site for a list of our officers, meeting dates, and bi-monthly newsletters.

Contact Information:
Bob Meeks, President
804 Canoe Court
Brandon, FL 33510-3504
Cell (813) 625-1040
Fax (813) 653-4486

Office (813) 621-1391, Ext. 192
E-Mail BARC79@aol.com



Local 385
The Teamsters Local 385 Retiree Club welcomes all retired Teamsters to attend our meetings. We meet the first Wednesday of the month at 11 a.m. with the exception of June, July and August. All meetings are held at the Union Hall located at 126 North Kirkman Road, in Orlando, Florida. Please bring a covered dish for our potluck luncheon held at noon. We hope to see you there!

Contact Information:
Judson R. Brunson
135 W. 19th Street
Apopka, Florida 32703

Telephone (407) 886-6619

Local 512
Contact Information:
Preston Drummer, President
Telephone (904) 764-5719
Fax (904) 768-1425
Email: Drumppl@aol.com

Local 728
Teamsters Local 728 Retiree Meetings for 2005 are at 10:00 a.m. on January 11, March 8, May 10, September 13 and November 8. The date is to be confirmed for the December 13, 2005 luncheon at Blue Willow Restaurant.

The membership dues are $20.00 per year for individuals and $30.00 per year for couples. The dues help to pay postage for the mail outs every month and the Christmas luncheon in December at the Blue Willow Restaurant in Social Circle, Georgia.

The retirees are called upon from various organizations from time to time to help. Sign up today to be on a committee - Teamsters Local 728, The Atlanta Labor Council, and Organizing. We also need a 3-4 person calling committee to contact our members. JOIN IN AND GET INVOLVED!

Officers:

Sandra Presley, President
Ronnie Presley, Vice President
Charles Harmon Recording Secretary
Portia Ponder, Treasurer
Thomas Beavers, Trustee
Edsel Davis, Trustee
Bill Lowe, Trustee
K. B. Mims, Chaplain




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