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NYSUT Retirees in Retiree Council 9 (RC 9) will be busy this fall.  Make sure to read about the opportunities to gather and learn.  Please make sure to check registration deadlines.






Monday, June 12, 2023  11:00 A.M.


14 Dormitory Drive on the former PAFB (new base)

Host:  Gary VanCour

Program:  Jean Welch from the Champlain Valley Quilters’ Guild New York



  • Barbecued Chicken Breast 
  • Potato Salad
  • Corn Chowder 
  • Strawberry Shortcake


Coffee, Tea, Arnold Palmer Tea/Lemonade, and Water

$17. per person including tax and tip

You no longer need to make any menu selections when you register as the meal is served as a buffet.

Make reservations by June 8, 2023 at noon by calling Candi at the NYSUT


Our Union Brothers and Sisters of UUP (United University Professionals) are in extended contract negotiations.   They are having rallies at the various campuses around the state.  It would be great if as fellow NYSUT members, we could join them and let them know they are not alone.

Dates and locations are as follows for RC 9 members:

  • April 21 at SUNY Albany.  Information on Albany Rally
  • April 24 Empire State in Saratoga Springs: noon to 1:30 at 113 West Avenue in Saratoga Springs.
  • April 26 Plattsburgh March and Rally
  • April 27 Canton Contract Rally and Lunch  at 12:30 in the plaza by Miller Campus

The latest edition of the North Country Notebook is hot off the press.   It will be mailed to eveyone soon.  Please make sure to look at the various events inside and get registered for the events you find there.  Follow this link to read.  North Country Notebook March/April 2023


Do you know that NSYUT continues to work to educate our lawmakers on issues that are important to those of us who made their career in schools across New York?

Do you know what VOTE COPE is?  Many think it is only about endorsing candidates who support the policies and goals of NYSUT members.  That is one small part of what this fund does.  VOTE COPE stands for Voice Of Teachers in Education - Committee On Political Education.

It was lobbying and myriad other political action efforts that secured our pensions, our tenure, our benefits and our right to bargain collectively. We have enjoyed


CVCR or Champlain Valley Council of Retirees has had an active year so far.  C-chair Gary VanCour made a summary of the year to this point.  Make sure to take advantage of the rest of the year's events.  To read Gary's letter follow this link: CVCR: The Year Thus Far