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August 12, 2020

On This Day in 1919
Andrew Carnegie, the richest and most successful late-19th-century capitalist, died on this day in New York (and Good Riddance!). Andrew Carnegie was a notorious union-buster and slave-driver and was infamous for his role in crushing the Homestead strike of 1892. Carnegie mills produced one-quarter of the nation’s steel by the earlier 20th century, and his annual profits were $25 million.

- Voices of Labor

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2017 Spring Golf Outing
Updated On: Jun 28, 2017

Congratulations to Adam Davis, Stewart Meek, David Daniels, and Charlton Plummer (Piedmont Airlines) for their first place win in the Local's bi-annual golf event held Saturday, June 24th, at the Queenstown Harbor Golf Course in Queenstown, Md.

Teams teed off at 8:30 a.m. in a modified shotgun start format, finishing the 18-hole course at the same time in about six hours. The rain cleared out and warm sun plus cold beverages made for a perfect day on the course. Libations and lunch under the club's shaded outdoor pavilion topped off the day.

Second Place: (right)
UPS Package/Baltimore

  • Chris Towers
  • Mike Howard
  • Aaron Skipper

Third Place: (bottom right)
UPS/Baltimore

  • Charlie Huber
  • Mike Ridgely
  • Scott Mandel
  • Tony Petraglia

Long Drive -
Denis Grieve (Movies)

Close to Pin-
Tony Petraglia

View gallery photos here.

Photos/Teamsters Joint Council 62


 
 
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