GM SALARIED RETIREES CLUB OF MARYLAND
ROSEDALE GARDENS,8037 PHILADELPHIA ROAD,BALTO, MD
THE NEXT MEETING WILL BE August 22,2013, LUNCH AT NOON, MEETING TO FOLLOW
Prayer: Joyce Bowyer
Minutes of July 25,2013 the meeting # 459 was called to order by the Vice- President: Skip Shiflett
Pledge of Allegiance led by: Mark Bowyer
MINUTES of June 27, 2013 meeting were approved
TREASURER'S REPORT: Tom Sommerville
Month of June 2013
Month of June 2013
BOWLING: Boots Onorato-410-882-1558
Will start the first Tuesday after Labor Day!
HISTORIAN: Skip Shiflett-N/A
WAYS & MEANS: Clara Musick
BJ's applications are available at the front desk for anyone interested. Fill out and return next meeting. Do not have a price for the Bull & Shrimp roast on November 3 2013, time 1-6.
The Anniversary Party, is scheduled for August 3,2014. After a short discussion, due to the high cost, it was decided to let the affair be a bring-your-own bottle party, if possible. The time 1-5.
The Bull & Oyster roast is scheduled for April 6,2013. Time 1-6.
SUNSHINE COMMITTEE: Marge Stock 410-563-4931.
We had no deceased members since our last meeting. We received a thank-you card from the family of Ed Watts for posting the lodge notice in the Sun papers. Please remember the sick and deceased members in your prayers. Please contact Marge or Angie if you know of any sick or deceased members so cards can be sent from the club.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR July GUYS & DOLLS;
Bill Atkins, Gus Aconomides, John Eltringham, Eugene Grden, George Johnson, Jeanette Karras, Robert Kelley, Phil Kemp, Al Komin, Connie Kozak, MaryLou Lambert, Mary Marsiglia, Daniel McCann, George Mister, Ray Musick, Don Myers, Thomas O'Keefe, Jean Pasterfield, Joe Rozanski, Lucille Shaver, George Staso, Phyliss Staso, Eustace Steidtmann, Charles Weaver, William Winegrad, Richard Wyatt, JoAnne Zarachowicz.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO EVERYONE CELEBERATING THEIR DAY IN July:
Dan & Dottie Abel, Thomas & Joyce Ronci, Joseph & Marsha Velli.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Leo Heid.-
The clubs Anniversary is scheduled for August 3,2014. Details still have to be worked out, we will be kept informed.
MEMBERSHIP: Bonnie Vojik-410-866-8725 IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY
PAID DUES FOR 2013,PLEASE SEND IN NOW.
Dues are $15.00 per member ($30.00 if both retiree and spouse are members.)Do Not Combine with any other payment. Make check payable to:
G.M. Salaried Retiree Club
C/O: Bonnie Vojik, 8003 Caradoc Drive Baltimore, MD 21237. Any questions
call Bonnie:410-866-8725 or E-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
HOT LINE: Al Komin-N/A
MAILING NEWSLETTER: Olin Conrad-410-687-0987-N/A
CAKES: Darlene Dail-410-252-4746
We Need At Least 5 Cakes Each Month!!.
Thanks to all who donated cakes in July:
Peggy Horwath, E. Malinowski, Jerry Finley, Joe Rozanski, Bob Collins.
Thanks in advance to all who are to donate in August: Clara Musick, Dottie Miller, Paul Julian, Darlene Dail, Marge Stock.
Please notify Darlene if you cannot bring your scheduled donation, so other arrangements can be made. Thank you!
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GOOD OF THE CLUB:GM-MY TIME- .
Dale joined GM in 1965. He worked on the line for the first year. He then went to work in the front office for 20 years. After that he was a supervisor on the floor for another 20 years. Dale retired in July 2004 and was rehired as a contractor till December of 05. Says he had some fun and sometimes it seems like just yesterday.
MEETING DATES: August 22, 2013
QUOTE OF THE MOTH:
"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." Sir Winston Churchill.
Anyone interested in purchasing a new truck? Good deals on the 2013 Silverado models are available.
Olin Conrad brought information in from the GM Retirees site: Tax elections for your Prudential Annuity must be made no later than Sept. l, 2013. If you do not communicate your tax election to Prudential by Sept. lst. beginning with your Oct. l,2013 payment, Your monthly payments from Prudential will reflect default withholdings based on the guidelines provided by the I.R.S. and your state of residence, and will remain in effect until you contact Prudential. If you have already made your tax withholding election with Prudential, no further action is required. Olin had not done his and thought that others might also be interested in this info.
MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE: 43
50/50 was won Dave Lambert--$34.00
IN CASE IF ILLNESS OR DEATH;
Contact Marge Stock 410-563-4931or Angela Thomas 410-969-2851
Submitted by: Mary Jane Conrad, rec. Sec.