Update: Former National President Jeanette Dwyer’s Welcome Home Party

The North Carolina Rural Letter Carriers’ Association has been notified by the Shell Island Resort that it will be unable to host Former National President Jeanette Dwyer’s Welcome Home Party do to an issue with the elevators that will cause them to be non-functional on the scheduled date of the event. The party will now take place at 6:00 PM on Saturday, January 12, 2019 in downtown Wilmington, North Carolina. The North Carolina State Board apologizes for any inconvenience. The direction and strength of a hurricane is a definite unknown.



The Shell Island Resort has transferred all placed reservations to the Embassy Suites – Wilmington Riverfront. You do not need to do anything if you have already made a reservation at the Shell Island Resort. The Embassy Suites will be in contact with you and will provide you with a new confirmation e-mail. The special room rate is $139 a night–however, the hotel does not provide shuttle service to and from the airport. For those who need to make new reservations, there is not a group code or special event number. At this time, please contact the Embassy Suites for reservation information:

The reception/meal will be held at Bakery 105 located on the corner of Front Street and Orange Street (105 Orange Street, Wilmington, North Carolina). The restaurant is located approximately .8 of a mile from the hotel. The North Carolina State Board has arranged shuttle service for transportation between the hotel and reception location. The shuttle will run between the Embassy Suites and Bakery 105 from 5:30-6:30 PM and again from 9:30-10:30 PM.

If you have any questions, please contact NCRLCA Secretary-Treasurer Vicki Gray at 910-745-8815 or via e-mail at VickiGrayNC@aol.com.

Update: Former National President Jeanette Dwyer’s Welcome Home Party

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Rural Man

Jeanette Dwyer,who is in bed with Megan Brennan and sold out for continuing 1% raises and paying more for health care.Looks like the current president is at least saying no to a concessionary contract.