7/14/2016 – Thursday – 5:30pm at 36 Gravois Station Road in House Springs - Front Porch Meetings for Rep. Shane Roden
7/16/2016 – Saturday – (3 different times to choose from) 10am, 1pm or 4pm - Meeting at Local 110 Hall to canvass for Chris Koster for Governor
7/19/2016 – Tuesday – 5:30pm at #10 Droeste Square in St. Charles - Front Porch Meetings for Jeff Schwentker for State Rep.
7/21/2016 – Thursday – 5:30pm at #10 Droeste Square in St. Charles - Front Porch Meetings for Anne Zerr for State Senate
7/23/2016 – Saturday – 10:30am at #10 Droeste Square in St. Charles - Front Porch Meetings for Anne Zerr for State Senate
7/23/2016 – Saturday – 9:30am at Arnold City Park - Canvass for Karen Settlemoir-Berg for State Rep.
7/27/2016 – Thursday – 5:30pm at 110 Union Hall (Changed from 28th to 27th) - Member to Member GOTV Phone Bank
7/29/2016 – 8/2/2016 – Friday to Tuesday – 110 Union Hall - Having canvasses each day at the following times - 10am, 1pm, 4pm, 6pm
By TIM ROWDEN
Clayton Bruner, the son of Laborers’ Local 110 member Mark Bruner, recently received the Eastern Missouri Laborers District Council scholarship and a Local 110 scholarship.
Between classes at Missouri State University in Springfield, he wrote a letter to his father’s union:
“I wanted to take the time to send you a short thank you note to let you know my appreciation for all the union (Laborers’ Local 110) does for me. I am thankful that you value the importance of higher education and feel very fortunate to benefit from that. I know that it is through my father’s work under the union that I have gotten the financial support for my college career. I also, over Christmas break, sent thank you letters to show my appreciation to the Missouri Representatives that crossed party ideas and voted no on the right-to-work legislation recently. This was an important victory for my father and the unions, and I did not want it to go unmentioned because I know the fight is not over.”
Clayton, 19, is a sophomore at Missouri State, majoring in mathematics.
He understands what union wages and benefits ....
Free Health Screenings at 6701 Delmar Blvd. in beautiful University City thanks to Health Protection & Education Services! Registration is from 9am-10:30am. See the flier for more details and additional dates.
Arnold Food Pantry serves over 400 families per week! Laborers' Local 110 had a big hand in helping Arnold Food Pantry open a new location both monetarily and through labor donated by our members! Together, organized labor trades were able to donate about $280,000 in combined contributions and free labor. We can all feel very, very good about this!