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Happiness is not something ready made.  It comes from your own actions.

What's New at IUEC 10
Happy Thanksgiving

The Officers, Members, and Staff of Local #10 would like to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving.  The Hall will be closed on Thursday and Friday for the holiday.  Enjoy your time off with family and friends.  All of you hunters out there be very careful in the woods.  Most of you know how I feel, so all I am going to say is I hope that each of you gets one bambi.  No more than that.  That would give you meat for the winter.

Relax, enjoy, and eat until your heart is content.

Local Elections

Just a reminder to the membership.  Thursday, December 8, 2016, we will be having our General Elections.  The polls will be open from 5:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Local #10 Union Hall, 9600 Martin Luther King Junior Highway, Lanham, MD 20706.  Incase of a tie, a run-off will be held at the January 12, 2017 Union Meeting, same time and location.

Nominations for General Election

One Business Agent - Vote for one (1) .....Reggie Garner

                                                              John Matthews

One Trustee - Vote for one (1) .................Andrew Fonger

One Warden - Vote for one (1)..................Christopher Gray

Nine Executive board - Vote for nine (9)......James Lynch, Max Watson, Jeremy Fox, Ralph Gray, Gary Dwyer, Mike (Q) Quinones, Mark Trader, Scott Long, Dale Meunier, Crash Caparrotta


Congratulations, 2016 Templeton Scholarship winner, Devin Williams

The Officers, members, and office staff of Local #10 would like to Congratulate Mr. Devin Williams on his winning of the 2016 Templeton Scholarship from Koonz, McKinney, Johnson, Depaolis and Lightfoot LLP.  Devin is the son of Brother Mike Williams and attended the November 10, 2016 Union Meeting to meet Mr. Dave Schloss, from Koonz, McKinney, Johnson, Depaolis and Lightfoot LLP, and read his winning paper from the contest.

Local #10 wishes Devin the best, in whatever he decides to do, in his future.  Your Local #10 family is cheering for you, Devin.

Our thoughts are with you, Brother

Local #10 is sending out our thoughts and prayers to Local #138 BA, Michael Del Santo, on the passing of his wife, Kate.  Members of Local #10 read Mikes articles in the Elevator Constructor, as he is the Correspondent to the Journal for Local #138 as well.  May Kate always be in your heart and watching over you.

Rest In Peace, Brother

It is with a heavy heart that I notify the Officers and Members of Local #10, of the passing of Brother Matthew T. Brennan on November 5, 2016.  Officers and Members may call at the Stauffer Funeral Home, 1621 Opossum Town Pike, Frederick, MD on Thursday, November 10, 2016 from 4 - 8 PM, where services will be held on Friday, November 11, 2016 at 2:00 pm.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Matts entire family at this time of sorrow.  Until we meet again, Brother, may you rest in peace.

Thank a Veteran for their service

This Friday, November 11, 2016 is Veterans Day.  We have many, past and present, service men and women who are our Local #10 brothers and sisters.  All of these men and women put their lives on hold to go and serve our country and give us the rights and freedoms that we enjoy today.  The things that they see and go thru are things that you and I could not even begin to imagine.  To first walk away from their families and then to go to a country they have never been to and see the things they see, is something that they don't think twice about doing.  Their love for country is unlike anything you and I know.  Thank you, first, to those men and women for their service, and second to their families for their sacrifice.

If you see a Veteran this Veterans Day, shake their hand, give them a hug, and thank them for all the freedoms that you get to experience each and every day.  May God bring them all home safe to their families.

Words of Wisdom

 People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness.  Just because they're not on your road doesn't mean they've gotten lost.

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