|Indiana-Armstrong-Clarion Central Labor Council|
Good from Bad Water
Union members have been helping out Flint, Michigan, residents during its water crisis. Read the full article>>>
We are proud to announce the availability of our Scholarships for the 2016-2017 school year. The NWPA ALF will again be offering 3 scholarships: The NWPA ALF Scholarship, The David A. Bielski educational Scholarship, and the Dr. David Ferster Educational Scholarship.
We are asking our union leaders to assist in outreach to eligible applicants. To learn more about the various scholarships click the link belowRead more >>>
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History of Labor Day
Central Labor Council Meetings
The Indiana-Armstrong-Clarion Central Labor Council (CLC) encourages all affiliates to participate. We are the grassroots of the labor movement in our region. It is through networking and Solidarity that we derive our strength. Below is information about how to contact our CLC and when we meet. We hope to see you at the next meeting.
Contact Information: Meetings:
Indiana-Armstrong-Clarion CLC Executive Board 6:30 PM
PO Box 104 General meeting 7:30 PM
Lucernemines, Pa 15754 2nd Tuesday of each month
President Ken Cecconi 55 11th St
firstname.lastname@example.org Lucernemines, Pa 15754
We Need To Organize A New Generation of Workers
This information came from Don Siegel of IBEW, which he recently sent to his members, I have taken the liberty to edit it to be more inclusive to the entire labor movement.
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The Indiana-Armstrong-Clarion Central Labor Council is an AFL-CIO affiliated organization that represents 5,173 members of 59 affiliated local unions in the Indiana, Armstrong, and Clarion Counties of Pennsylvania.
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