NEA Delegate Update

NEA Annual Meeting Update for Northeastern Ohio Delegates

In this post: information delegate shirts, annual meeting transportation, NEOEA Night, and auxiliary staff.

First, about those shirts:

In 2012, NEOEA will once again provide a complimentary shirt for northeastern Ohio delegates to the NEA Representative Assembly. This year’s item is a Port Authority “Silk Touch” interlock cotton-poly blend, short-sleeved polo. Shirts will be ordered to delegates’ individual specifications (larger sizes are available; please call the office for details). Provide the requested information by this Friday, May 18, and we will bring your shirt to the delegate caucus in Columbus on Saturday, June 2. Or provide the information by Friday, June 15, and we’ll bring your shirt to the Ohio caucus in Washington, D.C., on Sunday, July 1.

Non-delegates and guests may purchase shirts at cost. If purchasing, payment for $20 must be enclosed with the order form. Please use one order form per shirt. This form has been posted at www.neoea.org/NEA/shirt.pdf and www.neoea.org/NEA/shirt.rtf. You can download the RTF form, fill it out on your computer, and attach it to an email to Executive Assistant Linda Grunden at grunden@neoea.org; fill out either version by hand and fax it to us at 216/518-0202; or mail it to us at NEOEA Shirt, 5422 East 96th Street, Suite 200, Garfield Hts., OH 44125-5330.

Other items for RA delegates:

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About neoeaxd

Bill Lavezzi serves as Executive Director of the North Eastern Ohio Education Association. NEOEA is a professional association of educators consisting of the nearly 31,000 members of the 192 local OEA and NEA affiliates in northeastern Ohio. Founded in 1869 as the North Eastern Ohio Teachers Association, NEOEA took its present name in 1989 in recognition of the diversity of its members.
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