The Coalition of Oak Ridge Retired Employees has its annual meeting today (Monday, October 29).
The meeting is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. at the Pollard Technology Conference Center at 210 Badger Avenue in Oak Ridge.
CORRE is an organization of retirees that works to improve the welfare of all former employees and surviving spouses of the various managing contractors of U.S. Department of Energy facilities in Oak Ridge, a press release said.
On the agenda for the Monday afternoon meeting are reports on 2018 activities, election of board members and officers, and a report to the CORRE membership from President Bob Hightower.
Parking is available at the Pollard Technology Conference Center. All retirees, their spouses, and surviving spouses are urged to attend and are encouraged to bring other retirees, the press release said.
A drawing will be held to award three cash prizes to retirees or spouses attending. Board members and advisers will not participate in the drawing.
“If you able to attend our meeting and would like to speak with a CORRE officer, please locate me prior to the meeting in the lobby of the Pollard Technology Conference Center,” CORRE Communications Director Judy Kibbe said in the press release. “I will be circulating with my camera taking photos of the activity.”
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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