Ever want to help set a world record? You can, while at the same time you can help your neighbor, the older couple down the block, your children’s friends at school, or the family of the soldier serving overseas.
We have the chance to do it with our 2016 Letter Carrier Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 14.
First, the “world record” claim. After much research, including a notice from representatives of Guinness World Records, we now know that NALC owns the current record to beat. The 77.1 million pound food collection total we reached in 2011 is considered the number to surpass for any other group or organization holding a one-day food drive (conducted at multiple locations). So with a serious collective effort for our 2016 Letter Carrier Food Drive, we could set a new world record. For more information on the May 14th NALC Food Drive, Click here.
Branch 459 Merged, Raleigh, NC, Hosting Its 3rd Annual Golf
for Muscular Dystrophy
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Zebulon Country Club
Pearces Road, Zebulon, NC
Registration 7:30 a.m. Tee Time 9:00 a.m.
$60.00 per player, 4 person team (individuals welcome), captain's choice rules.
Includes green fees, cart rental and lunch.
Prizes for longest drive, closest to the pin and team score.
For more information and registration contact
McCaskill: 919-333-6442 or Erik Grubb:
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You Gotta Laugh to Keep From Cryin'
Cable 8 TV Show in the Greensboro Viewing Area
Triad Jobs With Justice
Co-hosted by Richard Koritz and O.W. Sweeney
Broadcast twice each week in the Greensboro viewing area Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday afternoons at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday showings are a repeat of the Saturday shows.
Outside the Greensboro viewing area?
The North Carolina Letter Carrier Welcomes
National Sales Manager
North Carolina Letter Carriers,
we appreciate your business over the years
and look forward to serving your
postal needs in the future
Attention: Newly Hired, Career-track
City Carrier Assistants (CCAs)
If you have questions about pay, workload, relative standing and more should download the free NALC City Carrier Assistant Rights & Benefits booklet. This 12-page PDF also discusses uniforms, annual and sick leave, rights under the NALC-USPS National Agreement, health insurance, opting and hold-downs, and the various contract memorandums of understanding (MOUs) that deal specifically with CCAs. Click here to download the booklet (PDF, 1 MB).
12: 6-day resolution re-introduced in the House to
preserve 6-day mail delivery. So far it has 230 co-sponsors.
to see if your representative has signed on.
for more information on the Resolution.
H. Res. 28: Door delivery resolution reintroduced in the House “expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States Postal Service should take all appropriate measures to ensure the continuation of its 6-day mail delivery service.” Fact Sheet.
During the National Rap Session in Houston today, NALC President Fredric V. Rolando formally announced the new name of NALC’s political action committee (PAC). For details, click here.
Guide to Route Inspections: This guide assists
shop stewards and branch officers in identifying contractual
violations that take place during management's unilateral six-day
route counts and inspections/adjustments, and with filing
successful grievances on those violations.
Click here to download the
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