Skip to main content

Trip Full as of October 22.

Spend the day in New York City, beginning with a visit to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.

Tour the twin reflecting pools situated within the footprints of where the Twin Towers once stood, and displays of artifacts and stories of the events of 9/11.

After the Museum visit  have lunch and shopping on your own in Little Italy, followed by a professionally guided bus tour through Little Italy, Chinatown and Lower Manhattan.



The RC 23 Fall Luncheon
Wednesday, October 21  
Noon to 3:00p.m.
Three Village Inn, Stony Brook

Please download the Flyer and RSVP by October 7.


Unfortunately, the Cape May Trip for October 13-14 has to be canceled
because there was not enough response. A day trip to the 9-11 Memorial is
being planned. Watch this space for further information!


The membership of the Retired – United Teachers of Northport marked the beginning of another school year with the Annual Picnic at the beautiful Vanderbilt Museum in Centerport. The weather was perfect, the location was beautiful, the food was delicious, and everyone had a wonderful time catching up with friends and former colleagues. Photos of the picnic can be seen on the R-UTN website.






Dennis Flamenbaum retired from the post of RC 23 president July. Stepping into the post of chapter president is Ellen Burke, who has served as vice president. 

Members of the executive honored Dennis with a champagne  toast at his retirement luncheon,  July 16th at the Garden Grill in Smithtown.  Dennis was surprised at the turn out of 30 attendees and was obviously touched by all the cards and notes of best wishes presented to him from members and the  a gift card from the Council.  At sad and happy event - happy that Dennis and his family are embarking on a new phase of their lives - sad

Right now in Washington, members of Congress are attempting to divide the American people over Social Security – pitting current and future retirees against people with disabilities.

We must fight back!

Please read the following message from Richard Fiesta, Executive Director of the Alliance for Retired Americans & sign the petition today!.

This week, Social Security celebrates its 80th birthday. And thanks to you, we are changing the national conversation around earned benefits away from cuts toward one of expansion. In fact, 79% of likely voters – Democrats, Republicans and Independents –