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AUGUST

08/10   UNION MEETING - 6 PM

08/11   RETIREES BRUNCH - 11 AM

08/24   VIRGINIA RETIREES BREAKFAST

08/28   E-BOARD MEETING - SEPT - 5 PM

SEPTEMBER

09/04   LABOR DAY HOLIDAY

09/08   MARYLAND RETIREES BREAKFAST

09/11   E-BOARD MEETING - 5 PM

09/14   UNION MEETING - 6 PM

09/20   BLOOD DRIVE

09/28   VIRGINIA RETIREES BREAKFAST


 

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Leave it to a teenager...

Yesterday was a big day in the world of my 15 year old grandson, Austin John.  He was very excited to get to see the "Total Eclipse of the Sun" so soon in his short 15 years.  Grammy had to look at the eclipse thru a welding helmet that Dave Settle allowed her to borrow, but Austin, being 15 and knowing way more about the "Smart Phone" than his grandmother, was able to catch an AWESOME picture with his "selfie mode".  Now, I will admit that I had no idea that the filters on the "selfie mode", would allow such a great picture.  As everyone knows, it was very cloudy here yesterday, so I was not even sure we would be able to see anything.  My grandson, in all his wisdom, caught that awesome picture and sent it to everyone he knew.  I have put that picture on the rotator, on the top of this page, for everyone to see.

Thank you, Austin, for educating your grandmother, and many others, on how to get a great picture of the grand show in the sky.  Hope everyone enjoys this picture as much as I did.

Thank you to our Retirees

We had a great brunch, here at the Union Hall, on Friday August 11, 2017 with a number of our Retirees attending.  It is always great to see the men/women who paved the streets of this trade for the young men and women of today.  They can tell you stories that will make you laugh and make you cry.  They are all proof that once you are a Elevator Constructor, you are ALWAYS a Elevator Constructor.  They always make us smile.  A big "Thank You" to Mike Watson for the great food that everyone enjoyed.  Thank you also to Ms. Dorothy for the WONDERFUL desserts.  She is soooo wonderful that she did not forget that some of our retirees can not have sugar and she made special desserts just for those gentlemen.  Ms. Dorothy is an amazing women.  She keeps Mike under control and makes some of the best desserts that you will ever taste, all in one day !!!!  I have put some pictures in the Photo Gallery for anyone who is interested in seeing the great turnout that we had.

Thank you, Local #10 Retirees, for always making us smile and for giving us the best trade in the country.

Please consider helping

We are, once again, going to have a blood drive.  The American Red Cross is in great need of blood donations.  The blood supplies are running short and those in need are sometimes having to wait for their blood.  In some instances, this can be the difference between life and death.  Please consider coming out and donating to help the cause.  It could be a family member, friend, co-worker, or neighbor who may need blood and not be able to get it.  We take for granite that when we have surgery or get injured that the hospital will have blood if we need it.  That is not a true statement right now with the blood levels being so low.  We will be doing our part to help on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm.  You can go on line, www.redcross,org or call Tammie at the Union Hall, 301-459-0497, to schedule an appointment.

I look forward to seeing, as many of you as possible on that day. 

Correction

For those who have received a letter in reference to your Service Pins, there was a typo in the date of the Union Meeting to receive your pin.  The meeting is on Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 6:00 pm.  We are very sorry for the misinformation in the 1st letter.  You will be receiving a correction letter in the mail.

Thank you, in advance, for your understanding of this matter.

Retirees Brunch

We would like to invite all Retirees to attend a "Retirees Brunch" on Friday, August 11, 2017 beginning at 11 am.  The Brunch will be held at the Local #10 Union Hall, 9600 Martin Luther King Junior Highway, Lanham, MD 20706.  We love seeing our retired brothers and sisters, and look forward to seeing as many of you as we can get to come.  This is a great time to catch up and visit with brothers and sisters and tell all those "STORIES" that we love to hear.  All retirees should have received a postcard in the mail with an invite,  but if you did not, for some reason, please make sure you RSVP to the Union Hall, 301-459-0497, and let us know so that we are sure to have plenty for everyone.

Hope to see you all on August 11th.

***Mike has just let me know that Beef Brisket and Pulled Pork will be on the menu for this brunch***

REMEMBER TO CALL THE UNION HALL

This is a reminder to all Local #10 members and probies that if you are injured, on the job, YOU NEED TO CALL THE UNION HALL.  You need to contact your company office and your supervisor, IMMEDIATELY, to inform them of the injury.  Once you have been treated and you know that you are going to be ok, you need to contact the Union Hall office and let us know what has happened.  We have paperwork that we have to do for ourselves as well as the Benefits Office and the International Office.  All of this needs to be done in a timely manner and hinges on us getting the information needed from you.

Hopefully, you never need to know this, but if you are injured, please follow protocal.

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 Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, ANYONE can start from now and make a BRAND NEW ENDING.

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