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Eighty-six passengers on a train carrying members of the Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus are killed, another 127 injured in a wreck near Hammond, Indiana. Five days later the dead are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Forest Park, Ill., in an area set aside as Showmen’s Rest, purchased only a few months earlier by the Showmen’s League of America. ~ DC Labor

June 22, 2021
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    SPRING GOLF 2021
    First Place: UPS/Baltimore - Tony Petraliga, Robby Arnold, Dave Schultz, Shawn McCoy

    UPS/Baltimore - Nick Lozzi, Joe Deisvaldi, Brian Rigg, Travis Charette

    UPS/Baltimore - Tim Duffy, Muamer Pleh, Mike (Dabs) Dabravalskas, and Brock (Shawn) Lewis

    UPS/Quad Ave.– Tony Quattrochi, Mike Ramey, Cody Geho, Mike Mancinelli

    UPS/Baltimore - Mike Ridgley, Joe Lowman, Michael Steeler, Charlie Huber

    Piedmont Airlines - Plummer Charlton, David Daniels, Adam Davis

    UPS/Hunt Valley - Cody Joseph, Felix Guinto & Local 355 BAs Tim Marvel, Mike Petro

    Local 355 S-T Dave White, Joe Smith (UPSF retired), Local 355 BA John Moylan, Mitch Hoenig (Penske)

    UPS/Hunt Valley - Matt Parks, Matt Gunzelman, Jim Zangrilli, Michael Lynch

    DHL - Lou Palermo, David Krabitz, Scott Wagner, Kevin Hopp

    Local 355 retirees - Vince Genco, Bob Whipps, Joseph Rockstoh, Butch Hurd

    DHL - Pat O'Toole, Jo O'Boyle, Hamilton Brannan, Rob Mortenson

    UPS/Aberdeen - Mike Chaney, John Stoecker, Tim Long

    Kraft-Heinz - Brian Watson, Earl Coleman, Tony Batter, Doug Shelton

    Local 355 BA John Moylan, Local 355 President Denis Taylor, Joe Smith (UPSF retired), Mitch Hoenig (Penske Truck Leasing), Local 355 S-T Dave White

    Local and National News

    Teamsters 30th Convention opens Tuesday, June 22
    June 21, 2021 The International Brotherhood of Teamsters 30th Convention opens tomorrow, and this year’s event will be like no other Convention in the union’s 118-year-old history. This 30th Convention will be online. Planning has taken place over the past year and a determination about the format had to be made by January 1 of this year, when no in-person, large-scale events were taking place. Guests speakers will include President Biden and former President Bill Clinton; Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; and, international and U.S. labor leaders. Delegates will view the Convention on a special platform, and an app has been created to follow the events. For officer campaign election campaign info, convention committee reports, five-year reports, and proposed resolutions, or view convention videos and visit the convention store, register on the convention website here. You can also watch the convention here (no password is required).

    Juneteenth holiday enshrines importance of freedom for all
    June 18, 2021 | Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa and Marcus King, the Director of Human Rights and Diversity Commission, issued this statement Thursday on the signing of legislation that would memorialize Juneteenth, the June 19 anniversary of the day in 1865 when enslaved African Americans in Texas were finally notified they had been freed as a result of the end of the Civil War two months earlier, as a paid federal holiday.

    Local 355 golfers glad to be back on the links *
    June 16, 2021 Local 355 golf enthusiasts got together for the first time since September 2019 for the Local’s bi-annual golf outing held on Saturday, June 12, 2021, at the Queenstown Harbor Golf Course in Queenstown, Md. Check out the top finishers and additional photos here* Photo Gallery: 2012 Spring Golf

    Maryland governor ending COVID-19 state of emergency July 1
    June 16, 2021 Maryland will end a state of emergency for COVID-19 on July 1, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday. The governor made the announcement as health metrics continue to improve in the state. “Masks or face coverings will not be required in any settings anywhere, including schools, camps, and child care facilities," Hogan said. “If you have been vaccinated, you are safe, but those who have not gotten vaccinated will continue to be at risk." But restaurants, venues, and other businesses and workplaces may continue to require them. Update 6/17: Baltimore will follow the state and end both its state of emergency and mask mandates on July 1.

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    Juneteenth: Freedom, Liberation, and Reckoning
    June 19, 2021 | SOCIAL JUSTICE | Juneteenth is now a federal holiday. Juneteenth commemorates the end of chattel slavery in the US, on June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers reached the farthest end of the Confederacy and informed the enslaved Black population that they were now free citizens. For many Black Americans, Juneteenth represents the long journey for Black freedom and liberation. It is a celebration of Black joy and resilience and a reminder that the journey is not yet complete… Roosevelt Institute
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    Teamster Public Service Workers Get America Vaccinated
    June 17, 2021 | HEALTH & SAFETY | Since distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine began in December, members of the Teamsters Public Services Division (PSD) have been working around the clock to get America vaccinated and bring some much-needed light to the national health crisis.  As cases of COVID-19 soared earlier this year, hundreds of PSD Teamsters put their lives on the line to distribute the vaccines essential to ending the pandemic. As cases of COVID-19 soared earlier this year, hundreds of PSD Teamsters put their lives on the line to distribute the vaccines essential to ending the pandemic… Teamsters
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    We continue to do what we can to protect the health of our members and staff while providing you service and support. Safety procedures instituted at the beginning of the pandemic remain in effect until further notice. Click here for important notices regarding COVID-19 policies regarding our office and credit union hours of operation.
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