UPEA Highlights Ogden Valley District

Great things are happening in the Ogden Valley District.

Over the past year, the Ogden district has dramatically improved members’ participation.

District meetings have been held at the Ogden Regional Center as well as the Clearfield Department of Workforce Services and have included guest speakers and updates on issues important to UPEA.

A Public Employee Appreciation Day (PEAD) Barbecue was held July 19 at the Ogden Regional Center.  Several members and non-members attended and had a great time.

UPEA staff visited several worksites where employees were working and unable to attend the barbecue to deliver ice cream sandwiches and visit with staff to show appreciation for what they do as public employees.

The district offered an additional incentive for new members who joined in the months of June, July, and August.  New members’ names were placed in a drawing and the winners received $25 gift cards.

Ogden district leaders have done a great job planning meetings and events.  The leadership consists of:

Chair:  Nique Frasier

Vice Chair: Andrea Torres

Secretary/Treasurer: Rochele Jackson

Past Chair: Linda Barrow

Advisory: Alene Stringham

“The Ogden Valley District leadership would like to extend a big thank you to all our members for supporting and attending the Public Employee Appreciation Days through this past summer.” Torres said. “We love seeing you and greatly appreciate those who bring their non-member co-workers.” If you have not attended a meeting yet, October is a great month to start.  The district meeting will be at the Ogden Regional Center on Oct. 20 from noon to 1 p.m..  A representative of the Ogden Police Department will be the guest speaker.

The district also will have its annual holiday party.  Additional information will be available at a later date.





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