"Third Thursday" Brown Bag Lunch; Thursday, August 16, 2018

We cordially invite you as a WASO staff person to join your fellow employees  on Thursday, August 16th to the NTEU Monthly Brown Bag  Lunch meeting. 

What: NTEU-sponsored lunchtime presentations regarding work topics of interest to all employees

            - this week we will focus on transportation issues, along with other Union concerns.
When:  Thursday, August 16, 2018 at  Noon, Eastern Daylight Savings Time. 

Where: North Penthouse, Large Conference Room,  Main Interior Building. NOTE THE ROOM LOCATION. 

The North Penthouse is a very elegant space. It is worth a visit.  You can get to the North Penthouse via the dedicated elevator near the 7500 West hallway on the 7th floor, close to the E Street side of MIB. You can also get there via the 7500 West wing stairs.  Look for the NTEU signs.  In our last few meetings, the room has been on the cool side.  We have asked for an improvement in the temperature, but you should come prepared for a cool temperature nonetheless.
If you are planning to participate telephone, here is the information that you need.   Call in: 877-958-6756   Passcode: 8296505

All WASO staff members are welcome!  Please join us.  Bring a friend or listen in with one!  Enjoy lunch with your co-workers while you learn the latest news from Chapter 296.

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