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Many of life's failures are experienced by people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.

What's New at IUEC 10
REMEMBER TO CALL THE UNION HALL

This is a reminder to all Local #10 members and probies that if you are injured, on the job, YOU NEED TO CALL THE UNION HALL.  You need to contact your company office and your supervisor, IMMEDIATELY, to inform them of the injury.  Once you have been treated and you know that you are going to be ok, you need to contact the Union Hall office and let us know what has happened.  We have paperwork that we have to do for ourselves as well as the Benefits Office and the International Office.  All of this needs to be done in a timely manner and hinges on us getting the information needed from you.

Hopefully, you never need to know this, but if you are injured, please follow protocal.

Congratulations Miss. Taylor Trent

The winner of the 2017 Lee Ashcraft Memorial Scholarship is Miss. Taylor Trent.  Taylor is the daughter of Brother, Gregg Trent, who works for Otis Elevator.  Taylor was selected from all applicants of the Buildings Trades to win this scholarship.  In this day of growing college expenses, every little bit helps, and Taylor will enjoy the help of the Ashcraft and Gerel firm to make her education dreams come true.  Your Local #10 family is very proud of you Taylor and we wish you the best in whatever you choose to do in your life.

Congratualtions and our thoughts are with you in your new adventure in life.

The Golf Gods smiled

What a day Friday, May 26, 2017, turned out to be.  We had been having rain all week and the RGH Golf Tournament had been scheduled for months.  The Gods smiled down upon our Local #10 Golfers and brought the sun out for their tournament.  Looks like there was a very nice turn out.  Everyone I have talked to said they had a great time.  Glenn Dale Golf Club was a beautiful setting, as always, for our day in the sun.  I have created a photo album in the Photo Gallery so everyone can see the days happenings.  Mr. Mark Trader brought his son and friends along to ensure that he would win again this year and sure enough that is what happened.  1st place went to the team of Mark Trader, Dave Lewis, Adam Trader and Brian Trader.  2nd place went to the team of Chris Kelly, Keith Nicholsen, Chris Kelly, Jr., and Kenny Catucci.  3rd place went to the team of Tom Doyle, Craig Vann, Dennis Doyle and Mike Doyle.  Congratulations to all three (3) teams.  Ladies Longest Drive winner was Mrs. Bonnie Gibbs and the Mens Longest Drive winner was Mr. Adam Trader.  Closest To The Pin winner was Mr. Craig Vann and second place to Mr. Jeff Gibson.  Congratulations to all of these winners as well.  I have to say that I don't really know if people go to this event to win, but I think they go to have a great time and spend the day with brothers and sisters.  That is what it is all about, right? Ok, I know a few who go just to see if they can beat Mark and his team, but what would a day of golf be without a friendly competition.

Thank you, to all that helped out and made the day a wonderful event for Local #10.

A very big Thank You

I just wanted to thank everyone that came out on May 17th to donate blood.  We had 42 sign up, 14 people did not show up, 6 were deferred, and we had numerous walk ins that made up for the ones that did not show.  We ended up with 28 pints of blood.  That is 12 more than we got in the Fall, but a very low number considering that we have 1150 plus members.  Thank you so much to the students who stepped up at the last minute and helped us make our drive numbers better.  We even had a beautiful young lady, from the community, who came over and donated.  She was just 16 years old, so she had to bring her mom to give permission for her to donate.  How wonderful is that?  Our young people teaching US how important it is to donate.  With what we collected, we will help 84 people who are sick or injuried.  I have put some photos in the Photo Gallery to share.

Please consider joining us in the Fall.  We will do this again in September.  You never know when someone, who means the world to you, may need blood.

Thank you for the success

The Hall wants to give a Big Thank You to all who came out to the Christmas in April event on Saturday April 29, 2017.  We had a great showing from Local #10.  We had current members, retired members, and families of both, come out to help a family in need.  They built a new deck and steps, took down and rebuilt an old shed, did some yard work, and a number other tasks that the home owner could not do themselves.  This is what giving back to the community is all about.  The happiness these people feel after getting help, is something that is very simple to give and giving is exactly what these Local #10 active and retired members did.  Thank you, Mike Herrity and Chris Gray, for signing people up and giving of your time to make this happen for us.  I have put several photos in a photo gallery so you can see some of the work we assisted with.

Hope to see more members get involved next year.  Maybe we can help on several homes with more help.

Rest In Peace, Brother

The Officers and Members of Local #10, International Union of Elevator Constructors, are hereby notified of the passing of Honorary Brother Lawrence N. Ricker, JR. on April 26, 2017.  Officers and members may call at the Haight Funeral Home and Chapel, 6416 Sykesville Road, Sykesville, MD on Sunday, April 30, 2017 from 6 - 8 PM, where services will be held on Monday, May 1, 2017 at 10:00 am.  Interment: Lake View memorial Park, Sykesville, MD.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Ricker family at this time of sorrow.

Fraternally,

The Business Office

Words of Wisdom

 Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, ANYONE can start from now and make a BRAND NEW ENDING.

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