December 4, 2013

January 8, 2014

February 5, 2014

December 3, 2014

    Meeting Notice and

    Notes from the


 March 26, 2015

Meeting Notice for

   June 29, 2015 

June 29, 2015 Minute

Minutes Sep 30 2015

Minutes Dec 2, 2015

Meeting Notice for

   Mar 2, 2016

Minutes March 2 2016

Minutes Sept 28 2016




     Lou Cernak, IUOE 99

   1st Vice President

     Elaine Newman, AFSCME

  2nd Vice President

     Bill Simons, AFT


    Bill Cunningham, TNG/CWA


    Barbara Donley, NEA/AFGE 


Executive Board:

  Budd Coutts, IUOE

  Marshall Donley,


  Mike Emig, IBEW

  Calvin Foster, CWA

  Ken Kovack, USW

  Frank Stella, AFT




Welcome to the Website of the

National Capital Area Union Retirees Club

 The Club meets quarterly

Next Meeting

Holiday Luncheon

Weds. Dec. 07, 2016

Executive Board 10 a.m.

Membership Meeting 11 a.m.

Vote for Bylaw Changes & Candidates,

& Enjoy

Holiday Luncheon at Noon!




Women's National Democratic Club

1526 New Hampshire Ave. NW

(New Hampshire Ave. & Q Sts. NW)

Washington, D.C. 20036


Park off New Hampshire Ave. at the garage at 11 Dupont Circle, across the street from WNDC. Bring your parking voucher to WNDC and get it stamped for only $7.

 Metro: Metro Red Line, Q Street North exit, Dupont Circle station. Walk toward New Hampshire Ave.

 *2016 Dues are Due

Dues are $42 per year for most members. If you live over 200 miles from the AFL-CIO Headquarters in Washington, D.C., your dues are only $21.

 If you wish to mail your dues, send the check to: NCAURC Treasurer, Bill Cunningham, 2007 Luzerne Ave., Silver Spring MD 20910. 

About the Club: 

      This retires Club was organized by retired trade unionists February 28, 1979, for the purpose of bringing retired trade unionists together for a more perfect understanding of the human and economic problems for which they have a continuing concern after leaving active employment. We will join and work with the AFL-CIO, other bona fide trade unions, and the Alliance for Retired Americans. Our goal is to meet together to enhance fraternal relationships, to conduct educational activities, to call attention to the problems of older people, to promote social legislation, to safeguard economic liberties, to defend our democratic institutions, to expand education and health facilities, civil rights and civil liberties, and to work in developing new programs that will benefit retired people and contribute to a secure and safe society.