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39th Annual Special Fields Games Raffle Winners

Northeast Chapter 131 President Teresa Gagnon reported that they had a beautiful day for the
39th Annual Special Field Games on Saturday, September 21, 2019. Teresa was chair of the
Raffle Tickets that had over 70 prizes worth anywhere from $15 to over $200.

Teresa has been running the raffle ticket project for the last five years for the games and said if
anyone in the pioneers wanted to have a raffle in their chapter she would be happy to share her
knowledge of how to build a team for success.

Check out the Raffle Ticket Winners at the 39th Annual Special Field Games

39th Annual Special Field Games

The annual Special Field Games is a sporting event for people of all ages with special needs. Hundreds of guess have fun participating in many athletic events. The Special Field Games originally took place in 1981, sponsored by the Pioneers. In the years since Lucent’s closure of its North Andover location in 2007, the Special Field Games have been carried on by Paul & Kellie Martin. This year the games will be held on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at Northern Essex Community College.

Please support the 39th ANNUAL SPECIAL FIELD GAMES by purchasing tickets for our raffle! 50 possible prizes worth anywhere from $15 – over $200!

Download the Raffle Ticket Purchase Form

Pioneers Coney Island Night at the Twin Valley

J.D. Burlie Pioneer Club sponsor Coney Island Night
at Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare

Elaine,


Thank you and the pioneer volunteers for organizing the Coney Island Night at the Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare. Please thank all your pioneers for their continuing service and support of our programming for central Ohio’s adults living with severe and persistent mental illness.


Maureen Fahy, MA, ATR
Volunteer Service Coordinator

Nokia Benefits Website Changed

The Nokia US benefit plan administrator’s website address for Your Benefits Resources™(YBR) has been changed. The new YBR website address is: https://digital.alight.com/nokia

While the website address has changed, retirees should continue using their current YBR User IDs and passwords to access their personalized benefits information on YBR.

As a reminder, retirees can use the YBR website for benefit-related activities such as:

  • Enrolling in Nokia’s health and welfare plans (e.g., medical and dental);
  • Making and/or changing Nokia Savings/401(k) Plan elections;
  • Updating dependent or beneficiary information, in applicable; and
  • Projecting pension benefits and/or electing to commence pension benefits, if applicable.

Anyone who bookmarked the old YBR website address should take a moment to update the bookmark to reflect the new address.

The old YBR website address will continue to be active through December 31, 2019. Until that time, anyone using the old website address will automatically be redirected to the new website address.

Retirees’ questions about this change should be directed to the Nokia Benefits Resource Center (NBRC) at 888-232-4111, Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET.