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What's New at IUEC 10
1st place for Local #10 top shooters

Saturday, August 20, 2016 was the date for the USA 2016 Baltimore Trap Shoot and Local #10 had a highly skilled team to represent us.  In the picture, to the left of this article, you can see (L-R) Cale Fuller, Reggie Garner, Austin Peed, and Retired Brother, Jim Price.  Mr. Ralph C Wellens was also part of the team but had to leave before the picture was taken.  These five gentleman had high score for the day and brought home the First Place Belt Buckle.  There is one in the front display case, here at the Hall, if you would like to see it.  Congratulations to all of these gentleman and thank you for giving Local #10 bragging rights for the next year.  Hopefully you can repeat next year.

If you would like to get involved with the Sportsman Allicance events, you can contact Cale Fuller for more information.

Hold this date in December

I can not believe I am going to say this, but it is that time of year again.  Please mark your calendars for the annual Family/Kids Christmas Party.  As we always do, we are having the party the first Saturday in December, December 3, 2016, from 1 - 4 pm.  We will provide Lasagna, tossed salad, hot dogs, popcorn and drinks.  We ask that each family bring a dish to share with others.  We will have all the crafts that the kids love to make, Christmas movies, and the Big Guy himself, SANTA.  Parents should bring one (1) gift per child, value not to exceed $25.00.  The gift should be wrapped and marked with your childs name, from SANTA.  Santa will give out the gifts, to your child, that you bring.  Please PRINT your childs name on the gift so that Santa and the Elves can read it.

If you are laid off and cannot afford to bring a gift for your child, please call the Business Office, in advanced, and we will try to provide a gift for your child.

Please fill out the RSVP form (print form below) and mail in by November 28, 2016 to Local #10 Christmas Party, 9600 Martin Luther King Jr. Hwy, Lanham, MD 20706.

We really do have a great time each year with this party.  We hope to see everyone there.  Santa will be watching.

Download: Family Christmas Party RSVP Form.pdf
Rest In Peace Brother

It is with a heavy heart that I notify the membership of the passing of Brother Steven Wright on August 14, 2016.  Steve had spent his entire career with Fujitec and would have been wth them 30 years next month.  One of the nicest guys you ever wanted to meet, Steve will be missed greatly.  Service information is as follows: Raymond Funeral Services Chapel, 5635 Washington Avenue, LaPlata, MD 20646 on Monday, August 22, 2016 from 5 pm to 8 pm, where services will start at 7 pm.  Interment will be private.

Our prayers and thoughts are with Steves entire family in this time of sorrow.  Rest in Peace, Brother, until we meet again.

Save a Life - Donate Blood

Ok everybody.  I am putting a plea out to all members, active and retired.  The American Red Cross is having a very serious blood shortage right now, so we are going to have another Blood Drive on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 from 1 pm to 6pm.  We work in a very dangerous trade, and it only takes a split second for an injury to happen.  You never know when you, your self, or someone you love or care about, may need a blood transfusion.  If supplies are low, than it could mean life or death.  I would rather have the blood banks full and ready for any blood that may be needed.  Please come out and join us in doing our part to help with this community need.  You can save up to 3 lives with just one donation.  Please go on line, to, or call the Hall to schedule an appointment.  You must have an appointment scheduled.

I hope that we can fill all of our available slots.  Will you please join me?

Download: Blood Drive flyer.pdf
Congratulations Brother William CR Hall
We have had our first member take his Mechanics Exam this year.  Brother William C.R. Hall, has already sat for his Mechanics Exam and Passed with flying colors.  Brother Hall works for Quality Elevator and received a 96% on his test.  While talking to Brother Hall the other day, he said he surprised himself in getting this awesome score.  GREAT JOB, Will.  Congratulations and best wishes in your future as a Mechanic with the best trade in the world, the IUEC.
Congratulations Brother Petrick Washington

Local #10 would like to Congratulate Brother Petrick Washington on his appointment to the DC Board of Industrial Trades.  Petrick worked very hard, for over a year, to get on the Board so that he could represent the trade that he loves so much.  The pictures, here with this article and on the rotator, are of Petrick when he was sworn in by DC Mayor, Muriel Bowser.

Thank you Petrick, for being a wonderful represenative of Local #10 and the International Union of Elevator Constructors.  Congraulations on your new position.

Words of Wisdom

 When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened for us.

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