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Updated On: Sep 01, 2015

September 1, 2015

IBEW 21 members will be marching in Labor Day Parades in Naperville and Springfield.

Both parades start at 10a.m. on Monday, September 7th.

At the Naperville parade IBEW 21 members working at Comcast need your help educating the public about their workplace issues.  Please join them.  For more information please contact Business Representative Jerry Rankins at 630-222-9100, jrankins@ibew21.org.  You can print a flier to share with your coworkers by clicking here.

Let’s show the public that IBEW 21 members are involved in the communities where we live and work by marching in the Springfield Labor Day parade.  Join your sisters and brothers who will be gathering on Jefferson Street to march in the parade. For more information contact Unit 6 Executive Board Member Tim Strutz at 217-341-2016.


A Labor Day Message from the AFL-CIO

This Labor Day we recognize the incredible achievements of America’s working people and celebrate all those who make our country run. Many of us will be busy with barbecues, festivals and other types of family events that bring everyone together. Amid all the celebrating, we must truly consider what strengthens our families and communities.

Working people are the backbone of our nation and need to be recognized as such, both in word and deed. Too often, those working every day for a better life are forced to take a back seat to corporate interests which care only about their own bottom line.

This Labor Day should be a celebration of working families… Read more here.


 


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