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JULY

07/03   July 4th Holiday - Off

07/09   Union Meeting - 7 pm

07/10   Maryland Retirees Breakfast - 9 am

07/23   Virginia Retirees Breakfast - 10 am

07/25   Sportmens Fun Shoot

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08/03   E-Board Meeting - Aug. - 5 pm

08/13   Union Meeting - 7 pm

08/14   Maryland Retirees Breakfast - 9 am

08/27   Virginia Retirees Breakfast - 10 am

08/31   E-Board Meeting - Sept. - 5 pm


 

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"There's a difference between interest and commitment.  When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when it's convenient.  When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses - only results." Ken Blanchard

What's New at IUEC 10
Congratulations, Ms. Katilyn Cook

We want to send out a BIG congratulations to Ms. Katilyn Cook, from the Officers, members, and staff of Local #10.  Ms. Katilyn is this years winner of the Ashcraft and Gerel, Building Trades Scholarship.  Katilyn is the daughter of Local #10 members, Terry A. Cook and Robert Q. Cook, and will be starting her college career this fall.

Your Union family is very proud of you and wish you all the best for your bright future.

Get Well Soon, Brother

Just a little note to let the membership know how Jeremy Minton is doing.  I spoke with Jeremy, yesterday, and he wants everyone to know that he is doing well and wants to thank everyone for your support and prayers after his accident.  Jeremy has undergone 5 surgeries and is now in a regular room at George Washington Hospital Center.  They have him sitting up in a chair now, but he still has to keep his leg elevated.  They will start letting him hang his leg off the side of the bed some time this week, to see if his circulation is going to be ok.  Once they establish that, he will be moved to a rehab hospital so he can learn to walk again.  He has a number of plates and screws in his leg and has had to have skin graphs done, but otherwise the leg is going to be ok.  It is going to be a long road to getting back, but I think Jeremy is strong and his "want" to get back to work is really great, so I believe he will do well.

Get well, Brother.  We are all thinking about you and wishing you the best.

Picnic - BIG SUCCESS

A BIG THANK YOU to the Local #10 Picnic Committee.  Everyone had such a great time at the picnic.  There was something for everyone.  The weather was great, and if you thought it was too hot, you could sit in the beautiful hall with the air blowing on you.  A number of people just wanted to sit on the deck in a rocker and watch what all was happening.  The kids got their faces painted, climbed the rock wall, did flips in the moon bounce and enjoyed as much ice cream and funnel cakes as their little bellies would hold.  The crabs were a big hit with everyone.  I have been told that they were full and heavy.  Thank you to Glen Brown Sr. and Mike Watson for making the arrangements for the crabs.  The food was awesome all the way around.  I have spoken with many who said they had a really great time.  Still waiting to find out who won the horseshoe and corn hole games.  Thank you to all the retired members who attended.  It is always great to be able to hear the stories and memories of our retired members.

The photo gallery has been set up for the picnic.  Take a look and see what you missed.  If you were unable to make the picnic this year, maybe you can join us next year.

Great June Union Meeting
WOW !!  That is all I can say after seeing a picture from the Union Meeting last night. (I put it on the rotator, above, so everyone could see it)  What a great turn out.  I am being told that we had 100 plus attend last night.  This is what our monthly union meeting should look like.  This is the forum to find out what is going on in the Local and to vote on the things that go on here.  We can not do anything in the Hall without going thru the body, meaning YOU, at the Union Meetings first.  If you want to express your opinion about something that goes on here, then you NEED TO BE HERE to vote on what goes on here.   I hope, that in months to come, we see just as many attend each month.
Innovative Elevator Specialists

Innovative Elevator Specialists is a new signatory company to Local #10.  This new company is co-owned by two of our very own. Roxanne Granberry and Steve Lanham have put their experience together to form this new venture.  If you see their trucks, or run into them on a job, congratulate them on their new adventure.

One of the first jobs that Roxanne and Steve are doing is to put a new elevator into the home of a Wounded Warrior.  These projects are always done with the greatest of pride.  This is a wonderful way to give back to the men and women who serve our country.  This new elevator will help a service member whos life was changed forever on the field of battle.  It will assist them in living their new normal.

Thank you, Roxanne and Steve, for being a signatory company to the IUEC and for being truly dedicated to your craft.

Fishing Update

OK, fishermen/fisherwomen.  I have the details for the 3rd Annual Local #10 Fishing Challenge and Cookout.  The 2015 Local #10 Fishing Challege and Cookout will be held at Eagle Harbor Community Center in Aquasco, Maryland.  This event is a picture contest that does not require the actual fish to be checked.  The event will start at 6:00 am and there will be no check-in or meeting prior to launch.  Participants are welcome to launch from Benedict (concrete ramp) or Eagle Harbor (soft/natural ramp).  Cookout and check-in will be at the Community Center starting at 11:00 am and check in will end at 12 noon.  We are planning to have fresh crabs at the event.  All members and family are welcome to join us.  You may also bring your fishing "buddies".  Please Pre-Register for the event so we may ensure there is plentry of food and drinks for all.

To register or for further info, call or email Cale Fuller at fullercale@me.com or call at 301-395-5049.

Words of Wisdom
Never forget that people will forget what you say, people will forget what you do, but people NEVER forget how you make them feel .

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