July 9, 2014

Ladies,

 

Time is getting short and we need your inputs and credential's and booster rolls

Please send the ladies credentials to Co-Chair Ms. Margaret. Final Newsletter on the FRA Regional Newsletter page. 

 

 

 

LP & S

 

John E. Sutton

Chairman

 "All Branch Secretaries, Southeast Region are asked to ensure that all Officer Reports, Regional and National Credentials and Assessments are forwarded as required not later than 15 July 2014.

 

In LP&S

Fred Hill


From: break90@comcast.net

Sent: Saturday, May 10, 2014 12:51 PM

To: Bob Huscher

Subject: Fleet Reserve Association Southeast Region

 

From:     Regional President, Southeast

To:         All Branches, Southeast Region

 

Subject: Convention Call

 

Ref:        Section 6, SE Region Bylaws & Standing Rules

 

     1.   In compliance with the Referenced Section of the Regional By-Laws, the

           Regional President hereby calls the 

Regional Convention of the Fleet Reserve

           Association to be held in 

                         The Ramada Convention Center; 

                             3130 Hartley Road;

          Jacksonville, Florida; August 21-23, 2014.                          

 

             (a) To receive annual reports of Regional Officers and Regional Committee Chairmen.

             (b) To hear and act on Reports of Regional Convention Committees.

             (C) To consider resolutions proposing amendments to the Bylaws and Standing Rules

                   of the Southeast Region.

             (d)  To formulate plans for the Southeast Region.

             (e)  To approve the proposed budget for the ensuing year.

             (f)   To elect Regional Officers and to administer the oath of office to all

                    elected Regional Officers for the ensuing year.

             (g)  To entertain comments or suggestions under the "Good of the Order."

 

             Frederick A. Hill

             SE Regional President

 

             OTHER IMPORTANT NOTICES              

 

             1. Regional assessments are due and payable no later than June 15th, 2014. 

Your  assessment is $.30 for each member in good standing as of 31 March 2014. Make your check payable to the 

SE Region and mail to the Regional Secretary/Treasurer

Robert W. Huscher, 310 Vasser Street, Inverness, FL. 34452.

 

             2. Your REPORT OF OFFICERS is due immediately after your Branch elections.

                  DO NOT WAIT FOR INSTALLATION.

                  National Headquarters has advised that the Branch Report of Officers must be received no later than 20 July 2014. After that date Branches who have not submitted their reports may have their PCT checks withheld until such time a the report is received and the Branch is deemed to be in good working order.

             3. By Convention time I would like to report to the assembly that 100% of the assessments have been paid, 100% of the Branches have submitted their Officer Reports and 100% of the Branches are represented at the Regional and National Convention by delegate or proxy.

             4.  All Branch Reports for Regional Convention are due in July___. Please make every effort to mail them on time. The books can be delivered to the committee chairman at Regional Convention. Please advise if your Branch will deliver at Regional so I can be sure they are there for judging.

 

              Frederick A. Hill

              Regional President SE

 Site: Last update 07/09/2014



"Welcome to the FRA Southeast Region Home"



 Shipmate President 

FRA Region Southeast 
Frederick A. “Fred” Hill
(Br. 290)

Lady President 

LA FRA Region Southeast

Ann Lyons

(Unit 147)

 

 

                                                                     


 

"Attention Active Duty Personnel"

 

"The Fleet Reserve Association" Is Not The Fleet Reserve You Transfer To After 20 Years Of Active Service. We Are Your Voice On Capitol Hill And Have Been Here Since 1924. In Today's Economic World And Environment We Hear The Term "GREEN" Daily, Green In The FRA Means Protecting Your Pay And Your Benefits.

Yes, Money Is The Green That We All Need To Live In Today's Economy And The FRA Is Here To Work For Us Through Legislative Advocacy. The FRA Works To Protect And Improve Our Benefits Utilizing A Strong Unified Voice By Ensuring That Enlisted Issues Are Heard By Congress And Urges Support For Legislation To Increase Pay And Benefits.


WHO IS THE FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION?

The FRA is comprised of sea service enlisted personnel who have served or now serving in the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard (active duty, reserve, retired) and commissioned officers with at least one day of enlisted sea service. The Fleet Reserve Association was  Federally Chartered in 1924 as a professional non-profit organization that is devoted to the interests of Enlisted and retired members of the United States Sea Services.

PREAMBLE TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION 

 With reverence for God and Country and being ever mindful of the glorious traditions of the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and U.S. Coast Guard our duty to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, our responsibility to aid in maintaining adequate defense for our beloved country; our desire to assist those who have served and are now serving; our devotion to our shipmates , in good fortune or distress; our reverence for the memory of our departed Shipmates; we associate ourselves together and declare this to be the Preamble to the Constitution of the Fleet Reserve Association  

   

MISSION OF THE FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION

S/M George Carlin, then a Chief Yeoman, Founded the Fleet Reserve Association in 1924. He conceived the concept of Enlisted personnel banding together for mutual Loyalty, Protection, and Service. He rightfully is the Founding Father of the Fleet Reserve Association (FRA). 

S/M Carlin's concept became the FRA's primary mission to protect the pay, benefits, and compensation of Sea Service enlisted personnel (active duty, reserve, and retired) and their families through direct representation  in the U.S. Congress.  The FRA also assists with individual career problems by maintaining a close liaison with Department of Defense and Veteran's Affairs and other government agencies. We support  military policy that provides for an adequate national defense, guarantees the realness of our forces, and safeguards the personnel interests of the sea service community.

 
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO JOIN THE FRA?

Membership in the FRA is open to all enlisted personnel (active duty, reserve, and retired) of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. Commissioned Officers of the Sea Services , who have at least one day of prior enlisted service are eligible. Personnel of other branches of the United States Armed Forces who have prior honorable enlisted service in one of the Sea Services are also eligible for membership. Dues for 1 year are $30.00, 2 years $57.00, 3 years $85.00. and 5 years $135.00. Members may join one of the FRA's 300 plus Branches worldwide or elect Membership-at-Large status. To join you must certify that you meet the eligibility requirements of being a current or former enlisted member of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, and that you can produce a copy of your military identification or DD214 upon request.

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