Here is a flyer for the rally scheduled for October 8, 2018 from 12:00 to 1:00 P.M. Please print and post flyer where ever it can be seen. We will start at the Main Post Office located at 241 N 4th Street in Grand Junction. All 4 postal unions are encouraged to come and participate. We are rallying to say no to privatizing the Postal Service. Let us relay the message that we are united here on the Western Slope. I look forward to seeing everyone at the rally.
Click HERE to get the flyer
Privatizers – those who want to sell the public postal service to private corporations – are hard at work. Together we can stop them in their tracks.
Get ready to hit the streets with our sister postal unions, family, friends, and community allies to Save Our Service. Rallies will take place at many Congressional offices throughout the country. In Grand Junction, we are meeting at the Post Office on 4th and Rood from Noon to 1.
Let us know that you will be here by clicking HERE.
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Thanks to everyone for the great showing at our retirement seminar with Jeff from GPIS. If you didn’t make it, take advantage of the free info and consultations at gpis4u.org or call them at 1-866-201-7829 for your free retirement review. This is a … Continue reading
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This is a bit late, but here is a snapshot of the National Convention in Pittsburgh.
Next week, our National Negotiations Committee goes back to the table to fight for a fair contract and economic justice for our members. After a powerful convention, we’re Fired Up and Ready to Go–and we want to make sure you have all the latest information as we head back to the table.
On September 6, join us for our next town hall call to get the latest post-convention updates from President Dimondstein and other officers on the the National Negotiations Committee and learn how YOU can play a role in winning a strong contract for all members.
Here are the details:
What: Contract Campaign Town Hall Call Update
When: September 6 at 11AM and 6PM Eastern Time (8AM and 3PM Pacific Time)
Where: Register for your preferred time here and we’ll call you to patch you into the call!
During registration, you can also submit your questions or suggestions for the campaign!
We’re Fighting Today for a Better Tomorrow, but we can’t do it alone. We need every member engaged and involved if we want to win improved working conditions and a better standard of living for APWU members and families. Click here to register for the call!
Posting this a little late, but I would like to thank those who gathered for this picture. Thanks for everyone involved in growing a strong union and continuing to fight the good fight!!!
Thanks to those who attended the meeting. Getting more people online We had a few technical difficulties but we continue to learn and improve. Hoping that the next meeting is perfect.
Thanks for those who attended the Meeting. It was a great Meeting after we got through some technical difficulties. We should be ready for the next meeting.
Thanks to Robert Helnig, our new State President, for joining us and letting us know about his vision of the State APWU.
APWU Members are invited to apply for the APW-ABA Memorial Scholarship, which honors Michael A. Tosches, Thomas Hartos, and Eugene Johnson. For more information and to apply for the scholarship, please download the attached info and form here.
1). The scholarship announcement, application and guidelines will be mailed each year to all Local and State Presidents and ABA Board of Directors, no later than March of each year. The announcement and application will also be printed in the ABA Quarterly News Digest as well as posted on the official ABA website. The deadline for returning the scholarship application will be set forth by the ABA.
2). All entrants must submit a completed application which will be verified by their local or state president or by the ABA home office. Properly completed applications will be entered into a drawing for a one thousand dollar ($1,000) scholarship. Entrants must be a graduating high school senior who is the son, daughter or legal ward of a member of the ABA.
3). The scholarship award is limited to a one time amount of one thousand dollars, ($1,000). Two scholarships will be awarded per calendar year.
4). The scholarship drawings will be held at the ABA home office no later than June of each year. These drawings will be strict “luck of the draw”, meaning the entrants pulled are the winners. No preferential treatment will be given to any entrant. All applicants will be assigned a random number for drawing. The winners will be drawn from amongst all applicants and notified by certified mail.
5). Scholarships will be paid directly to the school that has been designated on each winners application. Each winner will also be required to submit an acceptance letter and photograph accompanied by a biography which will appear in an issue of the ABA Quarterly News Digest.
6). The National Director will coordinate the scholarship program with the authority to settle any or all eligibility requirements or disputes that may arise.
This years deadline to submit is May 15, 2018!!!
****GRAND JUNCTION CLERK CRAFT NOTICE***
There will be no posting this round.
Jobs will show up on ejob bidding, but management is cancelling the posting because it is all messed up. None of the jobs will be awarded. If anyone does bid a job, they aren’t going to get it awarded.
People should not pay attention to anything the online job slot information says because it isn’t right.
This message was sent by Lynn Morgan who is working with Denver to get the jobs aligned correctly.