PLEASE take care of yourselves during this time of fires and, eventually,
colder weather. Make sure you have masks
when the air is relatively dirty, as it is now.
I don’t want anyone to miss the happy, hectic holiday season. TIP: I have found that barbecuing the turkey
on Thanksgiving frees up both top and bottom ovens in the kitchen for potatoes,
chapter has been given an opportunity to staff a booth at a Veterans’ Care Fair on Saturday, November 23, at the San Jose Giants Municipal Stadium from
10 am to 3 pm. One of the sponsors is Vietnam Veterans of America, Ch. 201, of
which I am a member. I need volunteers
to staff a table to advertise AARP services.
If you wish to participate and/or know someone in our chapter who might
be interested, please let me know by
Monday, Nov. 11. Volunteers are
expected to staff the booth for the entire five-hour period of the event. Please excuse the late notice.
is definitely a community activity in which we should be involved. I have some familiarity with these ‘care
fairs’ as I helped plan and participated in them when I was with the Employment
Development Dept. This is not a job
fair, but an event that features organizations to assist vets and lets them
know about community organizations like ours.
November 11 is Veteran’s Day; be sure to thank a veteran for their service.
Our incoming officers and committee chairs for 2020 are listed below. You will have the opportunity to vote for these members at the General Meeting on Tuesday, November 19. Remember that these positions are vital to our chapter. Without volunteers like these members, the chapter will become inactive.
President – Ken Schieck
VP/Programs – Paul Levine
Secretary – Fannie Young
Treasurer — Helen Soukoulis
Asst. Treasurer – Nancy Tepperman
Past President – Marlene Hruby