During the executive board conference call on Thursday, May 7, 2020 a action item came up. It was decided it would be nice to have a list of chapter officers posted to the website to make it easy for others to find chapter contacts. A spreadsheet with a list of officers is now posted to the web. You may access the file by clicking on this link.
Another action item was discussed to make all the PAC forms
available on the www.newoutlookpioneers.net
. I have double checked and to be able
to find and open all the forms you need to be signed in with the association
website with a login and password to be able to open the link on the
association website Pioneer Accounting Center (PAC).
If you need to be signed on the association website to open
the link to (PAC) to get to the forms from them. I don’t think we should put up a page with
links to open the forms as you have to log in on the association web to open
the link to the forms. The general
public shouldn’t be able to open and or copy the forms. You need the authorization to be able access
the forms at http://www.pioneersvolunteer.org/
and that should be the same anywhere
If you need the Pioneer Accounting Center (PAC) forms you begin with http://www.pioneersvolunteer.org/ then in the menu select Members, on the drop down menu click on the Pioneer Accounting Center (PAC) and login and enter your password and select the forms you need and download. All officers should have a Pioneer Association login and password if you don’t you need to contact the Pioneers and get them.
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.
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!