As everyone knows, next week is the National Holiday of Labor Day.There are two major events next week that are both FREE in the Capital District for you, your family and friends to attend if you'd like.
The first event is on Labor Day Monday Sept.3rd and is a Labor Day Picnic being held in Cook Park in Colonie. Flyer is enclosed and below. Please take the time to meet the many Labor advocates that are out there and will be helping us mobilize for Contract 2013.
The second event is Sept. 7th in the evening. There is a Labor Parade that we ask you and your family to attend and participate. Information is in the flyer above and below. Again, this is a FREE event for your family and friends with free food , entertainment for the kids , a concert by the Tom Healy Band playing at the Corning preserve and fireworks following the concert. This was well attended last year by our members and we ask you again to get out and meet the many Union Members of all the Locals Unions in the Capital district. Again, they will be here to assist on mobilizing for Contract 2013.
A few final reminders : Next Tuesday is Steward Training 2012 for the Stewards and Alternates of the Local. Also, next Friday, Sept.7th at 11:45 at the Waterford Town hall is the September Monthly Union Meeting. Check out the flyers by the time clocks and on our website. There is a lot to discuss and we encourage your attendance.
Thanks and have a safe Holiday with your family,
Dom, Daryl, John, Mike, Steve, Mark and John P
The Solidarity Committee of the Capital District’s
Labor Day Picnic & Celebration
From Noon to 5 p.m. Monday, September 3, 2012
Cook Park in the Village of Colonie
Bring a dish to pass at the potluck (main dish, salad, or dessert) and the Solidarity Committee will provide hamburgers, hotdogs, and beverages. There will be vegetarian choices, as well . We’ll have awards, music, speeches, including Sue Kent, new president of the Public Employees Federation, a silent auction of union memorabilia, and lots of good conversation with some of the most dynamic folk in the region.
RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE TO A LIVING WAGE
That’s what we’re demanding this year and that’s the theme of this year’s celebration and picnic!
IT’S FREE AND OPEN TO EVERYONE, SO
JOIN US AND HAVE A GREAT LABOR DAY!
(Directions: Take Lincoln Avenue, off Central Avenue, for about a mile, then take a left on Shambrook Parkway, look for the Solidarity Committee pavilion.)
Save The Date
? 9th Annual ?
Michael L. Burns
Labor Day Parade
Parade will begin outside NYS Capitol near LaFayette Park and continue down
State Street to Corning Preserve amphitheater. Please RSVP to Jackie Vanacore
with the Capital District Area Labor Federation (CDALF) if your organization
plans to join us in the march, by e-mail at email@example.com