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 National Mobile App
The new NRLCA mobile app is now available for both Apple and Android devices.
Go to Apple (App Store) or Google Play and search for NRLCA to download the free
official NRLCA mobile app.

If you have a current NRLCA website log-in you will use the same log-in for the mobile app.
If you do not have a current website log-in, you can create a log-in through the
NRLCA Mobile App.

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Your National Board

District Spring Meeting Dates and Locations

March 23, 2019 District F Spring Meeting Saturday
Cottage Inn Restaurant
 3140 Dixie Hwy
Erlanger, KY 41018

March 30, 2019 District I Spring Meeting Saturday
Jabo’s Coal River Grill
 Meeting begins at 5:00 PM EST
420 Village Lane
Hazard, KY

March 31, 2019 District B Spring Meeting Suday
The Centre on Main
Meal begins at 12:30
Sunday 425 South Main Street
Leitchfeld, KY 42754

April 7, 2019 District A Spring Meeting Sunday
Pentecostal Tabernacle
Registration 1:30 PM Meeting begins at 2:00
 16235 State Route 45 S
 Water Valley, KY 42085

April 13, 2019 District C Spring Meeting Saturday
Senior Center
 Meal begins at 6:00 PM CST
24201 Louisville Road
Park City, KY 

April 14, 2019 District E Spring Meeting Sunday
Bullitt Co Library Hillview Branch
Sunday Meeting begins at 3:00 PM EST
155 Terry Blvd
Louisville, KY 40229

April 27, 2019 District G Spring Meeting Saturday
 Versailles Brewery
Saturday Eating at 5, Meeting 6-8 EST
513 Marsailles Road
Unit 8
Versailles, KY 40383

April 28, 2019 District H Spring Meeting Sunday
Sunday Meeting begins at 1:00 PM CST
2405 N Main Street
Jamestown, KY 42629











PAC Update
On March 7, 2019, the Senate introduced a resolution expressing the sense of the Senate that Congress should take all appropriate measures to ensure that the United States Postal Service remains an independent establishment of the Federal Government and is not subject to privatization.  This is S. Res 99, and please contact Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul and let them know that you want them to support this resolution.   In only a couple of days this resolution has 24 cosponsors, 51 is the majority in the Senate.

On the House side, H. Res. 33, to stop privatization has 203 cosponsors.  H. Res 54 to maintain 6 day delivery has 153, H. Res 60 to restore service standards to the July 2012 level has 107 cosponsors, and H. Res 23 to keep door to door delivery has 93.

Welcome Home Jeanette
In January the North Carolina Association held a welcome home dinner for former National President Jeanette Dwyer. Kentucky State President Jane Virgin with her husband Bobby, along with State Secretary/Treasurer Donna Cissell and Board member Kim Harrell were able to attend. The venue was an old bakery that was absolutely beautiful. It had exposed brick, hardwood floors and lights hanging from the ceiling. Tables were dressed in white tablecloths and navy blue napkins. Under the napkins was a yellow sign with “sergeant at arms” printed on them. Any of you who know Jeanette from the national convention know just how much she liked the yellow signs. After appetizers and a delicious dinner anyone who wished to speak or present a gift had to hold up the yellow sign. This brought several chuckles from the crowd. As in the past when a president steps away from the National Board some states present a gift. Kentucky’s gift this year was two handmade Amish Rocking Chairs. The chairs were made from two types of wood, hickory and oak. This gave the chairs a two-toned look. Not only did the chairs sit well but each carried a plaque stating the chairs were from the state of Kentucky. We also added a little extra to Jeanette’s chair. As each state held the national convention a special pin was designed for that state and dated. We got the pins from the seven conventions she presided over and had them inlayed on her chair. To say it added a special touch is an understatement. Both Jeanette and Larry loved the chairs and we had a great time.  Jeanette has returned home to carry her route like thousands of carriers do each day.  She already had stories to tell of her long Christmas delivery days.  As always, Jeanette continues to prove herself a true rural carrier.