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From The President’s Desk:

 

Dear OCREA Members,
Greetings everyone!  By the time you receive this Wavelet, the Governor’s Election is over and we will face the challenges of the new regime together.  Unfortunately, when I composed this message, I wasn’t privy to the election results.  Therefore, any message I have will concentrate on the spirit of the season and the accomplishments of OCREA.
 
This year, more than ever, many of you have risen to the responsibility of making OCREA function to its fullest potential of providing information at our Luncheon/Meetings, by reaching out to members via Constant Contact if you have provided us with your email address and by reading the Web site which is linked to NJREA’s web site. Fully informed members is our goal!
The Officers, Members of the Executive Board, the Women of the Wavelet and other volunteers have been working diligently for the entire membership.  If anyone wants to make phone calls when asked, if anyone wants to attend rallies when we are asked as an organization by the actives or if anyone has a special talent and would like to make us aware of  i.e. computer skills, enthusiasm,  assisting a committee when the Chair of a committee asks for assistance, again, please send your email address to Carol Durkin or jot it on the back of a luncheon place card.  Remember, when you change your email address, let us know about the change.
 
For the newest members of OCREA, we welcome you.  If you have a question, please email the appropriate committee Chair and your question will be answered.  We attend meetings at the NJREA level to keep abreast of changes for our members.
You might consider attending the NJREA Convention next year to listen to the speakers that share the current information that affects all of us.  You may also attend workshops and socials available to all of us.  The NJREA Convention issues a chock full of listings of workshops and socials. Think about it!
 
I’m taking the liberty to speak for all the Officers, Members of the Executive Board, Women of the Wavelet and volunteers to wish all of you and your families a Blessed and Healthy Holiday Season and a Happy New Year!
With Great Sincerity and Best Wishes,
 
Rae Saulino,
President of OCREA
 
 

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