Sad News …

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Alice Tenenbaum last Saturday in Manhattan. Daughter Judy is holding a brunch/shiva at her home at 110 West 86th Street, apt. 6A, in NYC on Sunday, November 10 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Condolences may be sent to Evelyn Tenenbaum, 32 Dykeman Rd., Delmar NY 12054.

Winter Luncheon Planned

The annual Winter Luncheon is planned for Wednesday, December 5 at Mac’s Steakhouse in Huntington. Details coming soon in the November – December issue of the R-UTN Newsletter.

Contribute to Vote/Cope Now!

VOTE/COPE Deduction cards are arriving in the mail. Please commit to contribute as soon as you can. Return the form you received in the mail, or go online to the Vote-Cope Online Donation page

In this important election year, as retirees we must continue to support our union. Public schools, our colleagues in the classroom and our benefits are under attack at the state and national level. We must ensure that our voices are heard, and our votes are counted.

Now is the time to re-commit. The Agency Fee may be dead, but our union must have the resources needed to continue to speak for us and voice our concerns. We need to protect our retirees, colleagues and public schools that keep alive the dreams and growth of the American middle class.

Contribute, work and vote for NYSUT endorsed candidates! Vote-Cope is NYSUT’s non-partisan action fund that coordinates the voluntary contributions of members and supports NYSUT-endorsed candidates and campaign committees that are pro-public-education and pro-labor. No NYSUT dues dollars are used to support candidates or campaign committees.