Retirees Chapter 633

Retirees trip to Nubble Light in Maine, 2015
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60 Years of service honored
Secretary-Treasurer David Laughton presented Paul Porkee Flynn with a commemorative plaque at the March monthly meeting. Porkee’s contributions to our local over the decades can not be measured. He has delivered the Joint Council 10 tractor trailer on countless occasions to organizing events, political rally’s and numerous other functions around New England and the Country. His constant attention to detail on the truck assures that we have a gleaming representation for the public to see. A Thank You seems insignificant for his dedication to our local. So if you see him out on the road make sure you wave and give him a smile because you can rest assured he will be doing the same.

Recent retiree, Business Agent Tom Noonan.

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In Memorium
To Our Deceased Brothers and Sisters
They Shall live Forever In Our Hearts
May The Peace And Understanding Of
The Great Master Above Abide With Us
Now And Forever More Amen

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Local 633 Retirees Chapter

The Retirees Chapter of Local 633 would like to welcome you to our home page.
We are a group of over 350 retired Teamsters who, for more than twenty years have been actively involved in many causes. We participate in many activities alongside Local 633 members as well as several of our own gatherings.

Our board consists of a President, Vice-President, Secretary/ Treasurer, recording secretary and Three Trustees. We hold our meetings at the American Legion- Sweeney Post on Maple Street in Manchester.

Our members actively attend many organizing rallies, informational pickets, political campaigns and legislative events to help strengthen Teamster ideas and create a better life for all.

We also gather for several social functions. We host breakfasts’ in March, June and September as well as a Christmas dinner at Sweeney Post. We also hold several bus trips a year, some of which have included Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun, a lobster bake in Boothbay Harbor and the Conway Scenic Railway as destinations.

Our chapter supports Camp Care free as a charity. Camp Care free is a two week summer camp in New Durham for diabetic children aged 8-15. This camp provides a fun and informative way to learn a healthy lifestyle. Many of our fundraising events go to support this camp; any and all donations are always gladly accepted. More information can be found athttp://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/camps/d_07_130.htm &http://www.campcarefreekids.org/
Donations for Camp Care free or for more information about our chapter,
Please contact;
Michael Lennon  603-485-1118
Richard Bean tel 603-801-4942

or write to us;

Retirees Chapter
P.O. Box 3627
Manchester, N.H. 03105

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