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POSTPONED - MCEA Annual Convention 2021

This convention, originally scheduled for Oct. 9, 2021, has been postponed until further notice.

Statement of the President

[Editor's note: This was included in the inaugural issue of the MCEA newsletter.]

My name is Linda Day, and I am honored to have been nominated without opposition to serve as the president of your union.

 

During this unprecedented time, we see new challenges confronting working people all across this country. Despite these challenges, we have maintained our connection with our union and our members.

 

Members: Update your contact information

MCEA is reaching out to all of our Active and Active Retired members to update contact information in our database. We want to keep you abreast of all of our activities, and in a time where it is difficult to meet in person, we especially need our members' mail and email contact information.

Please click here to fill in your updated information

Public Employee Labor Union Expresses Sympathy on Sudden Death of Senator Paul Sarbanes

Woodlawn, Maryland:  On behalf of the retired and active public employee members of the Maryland Classified Employees Association, Inc., I would like to express our heartfelt condolences over the passing of Senator Paul Sarbanes.  Senator Sarbanes, through his birth in Salisbury, education in the Ivy League, and life in Baltimore, served Maryland for thirty years in the United States Senate and was a tireless fighter for our nation and our State.

Public Employee Labor Union Personally Shares Loss of Baltimore Teacher to COVID-19 -- For Immediate Release

Woodlawn, Maryland:  On behalf of our Board of Directors, along with the retired and active public employee members of the Maryland Classified Employees Association, Inc., I would like to express our deep condolences over the tragic passing of Baltimore City teacher Antwion Ball, lost over the Thanksgiving holiday to coronavirus.  Mr. Ball, known as “Busta” to those who knew and loved him, was part of MCEA’s extended family as a relative of a member of our Board, Yvonne Rice-Thomas.  A graduate of Coppin State University and long time educator, Mr.

Finally—it’s President-elect Biden

Patience—counseled by former Vice President Joe Biden all election week as Americans waited for votes to be counted—finally paid off Nov. 7, four days after Election Day, when Biden won in Pennsylvania and gained enough Electoral College votes to acquire a new title: president-elect. AFT President Randi Weingarten says the union’s leaders and members “can’t wait to get started” on the work ahead “with an administration that will embrace and fight for the values we hold dear.”