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September 29, 2020

On This Day in 1864
The International Workingmen’s Association is founded in London. It was an international organization trying to unite a variety of different left-wing, socialist, communist and anarchist political groups and unions. It functioned for about 12 years, growing to a membership declared to be eight million, before being disbanded at its Philadelphia conference in 1876 as a result of infighting brought on by the wide variety of members’ philosophies.
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Christmas Party 2016
Updated On: Dec 19, 2016

Dec. 16, 2016

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Teamster retirees’ annual Christmas party another festive event

... “Retirees who have come from other locals have said that ours is one of the best to be involved with.”

In addition to the annual Christmas party, A.R.M.  has a bowling league, and hosts an annual bowling banquet and a summer party for its members.

The organization has a core group of members who meet at the Baltimore hall every Tuesday to share stories, talk labor and politics, assist with building maintenance and offer support to the officers and staff in whatever way they can. A.R.M.’s monthly meeting is held every third Thursday of the month except August and December, and averages 60 or more attendees.

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