AEA Head to Address UA Retired Faculty Association
October 3rd, 2005 - Filed under: News
Dr. Paul Hubbert, executive secretary of the Alabama Education Association, will address the fall meeting of The University of Alabama Retirees Association (TUARA) Friday, Oct. 14. Hubbert will speak to the group at 10 a.m. at the FOCUS Building, 1620 Sixth St. in downtown Tuscaloosa.
Hubbert, who is also chairman of the Alabama Teachers Retirement System, will discuss the management of the Teachers Retirement System and AEA’s efforts to lobby Alabama Gov. Bob Riley and the state legislature for cost of living raises and other benefits for retired educators.
TUARA consists of some 450 retired employees of The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. The organization represents the interests of its members to governmental and educational groups. TAURA was established in 2003 and is an affiliate of the Alabama Education Retirees Association. The University of Alabama has a total of 1,321 retired employees.
Those persons currently employed by The University expecting to retire within five years are urged to join TUARA. Membership dues are $20 per year. Those interested may request a membership application by sending an e-mail to Martha Rogers, TUARA vice president, at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 556-2934.
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