Union-Made in America Halloween Candy Shopping List.
If you want your Halloween to be all treats and no tricks, make sure all your candy is union-made in America. Labor 411 has an extensive list of union-made candies. Here are some highlights, featuring sweets made by the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers (BCTGM) and the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW):
Nineteen members and spouses joined CWA Local 7470 for a golf outing at Grandpa's Woods on Saturday, August 27. The weather was perfect, the lunch was good, and everyone seemed to have a great time. A special thanks to Leonard Zeman for organizing the golfing and the lunch.
Union-made games, drinks and snacks!! Support your local!
Bill Pankonin (CST Plattsmouth) retired on Friday, August 12, 2016, after 42 years of service with LT&T, Aliant, Alltel, and finally Windstream. Bill was presented his $200 retirement check from retired E-Board Rep. Rick “Jake” Jacobson with current E-Board Rep. Darren Donovan looking on. Congratulations to Bill...enjoy your retirement!!
Dale Robertson retired on Monday, August 1, 2016, after 42 years of service with LT&T, Aliant, Alltel, and finally Windstream. Dale was presented his $200 retirement check from President Zif Arnold. Congratulations to Dale...enjoy your retirement!!
Steve Singleton retired on Monday, August 1, 2016, after 41 years of service with LT&T, Aliant, Alltel, and finally Windstream. Steve was presented his $200 retirement check from President Zif Arnold. Congratulations to Steve...enjoy your retirement!!
Rod Mertz recently retired as Vice President of Local 7470 and then Mark Butler ran unopposed as the new Vice President of our union, CWA Local 7470.
We will be replacing Mark on the Executive Board soon.
Please welcome Mark as our new VP and thank him for his service.
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