HAPPY NEW year to all of our Membership.
Have a Safe and Happy,
NEW YEARS celebration!
This new year 2018, starts fresh, always a new Beginning, bringing all of us surprising things and unexpected turns. Please stay tuned to the website, the communicator hopes to improve this site and be a little more imaginative with both the day to day things, and hopefully a little better about the Holidays to come in 2018.
Today, 6 December 2017, The Brothers and Sisters of Local Lodge 24 have 2 members, who work in Transiet Alert, that have suffered a family loss. Brother Tino Mcyntire’s wife passed away, and Paul Muentes’s father has passed away. For both families the Brothers and Sisters of Local Lodge 24 feel very sorry for their losses and give their deepest and most sincere Condolences.
Brother Tino Mcyntire…
Brother Paul Muentes…
Your Families are in our Hearts and Prayers.
Long time President of Local 24 Gregg French has retired to spend more time with his children in sunny Las Vegas. In accordance with the IAM constitution Vice President Jason Gast will fill the rest of Gregg’s position as President. Former Vice President James Petty has been appointed to fill Jason’s Vice President Position.
For those keeping track here are your 2017 Local 24 Officers:
Jason Gast being sworn in as President Local 24.
James Petty Vice President Local 24
Al Nuzzo Local 24 Recording Secretary
Vince Coston Local 24 Inside Sentinel
Tim Hanson Local 24 Trustee
Eugene Jemison Local 24 Trustee
Joe gould Local 24 Trustee
Union Brothers and Sisters,
We have secured a New Union Hall to hold our monthly meetings at starting with the March 18, 2017 meeting.
The Iron Workers, Local 5, have agreed to rent us their hall for our meetings.
The address is:
Iron Workers, Local 5
9100 Old Marlboro Pike
Upper Marlboro, Md. 20772-3627
The time has not changed; exec board at 9:00 and the regular meeting at 9:30.
Hope to see you all there
Local Lodge 24 executive Board
The IAM Disaster Relief Fund provides assistance in situations where our members and their families endure hardships due to natural disasters. The IAM reacts quickly to these needs before other sources of assistance are able. This is not possible without the support of those who have committed to keep the IAM Disaster Relief Fund vibrant and healthy. Click on the banner to find out more.
The 2017 IAM Scholarship Competition is now accepting applications. The deadline for submissions is February 24, 2017.
Click here to download applications and see eligibility rules.
The IAM awards scholarships to:
- Children of IAM members (parent or guardian) applying for college
- Children of IAM members (parent or guardian) applying for vocational or technical School
- IAM members applying for college
Since its implementation in 1960, the Scholarship Competition has continued to grow. This past year, 2015-2016, the IAM received 294 applications for scholarships. The 16 scholarships awarded were valued at $72,000.
By Convention Resolution, IAM delegates determined that voluntary contributions to finance the Scholarship fund be set at 50 cents per member, per year. To date, 224 of the IAM’s approximately 960 Locals have contributed. If your lodge has not adopted this resolution or has not contributed for this year, please give it serious consideration at your next lodge meeting.
You may call the IAM Safety and Health Department, which administers the scholarship competition, at 301-967-4708 to request an application packet to be mailed. Application packets have been sent to the local and district lodges.
Click here for details on the 2017 IAM Scholarship competition.