Articles by Author: lvanderwoude
Women's and Community Services Committee Collecting Back To School Items For South Suburban Family Shelter Until Sept. 30, 2015
Collecting Back To School Items Such As Composition Books Pencil Sharpeners, Crayons, Colored Pencils, Pencil Cases, Pencils, Blue or Black Pens, Pocket folders, Rulers, Etc.
IN MEMORY OF THE BRAVE MEN and WOMEN Who Gave Their Lives To Defend Our COUNTRY
The “Memorial” In Memorial Day Has Been Ignored By Too Many Of Us Who Are Beneficiaries Of Those Who Have Made The Ultimate Sacrifice.
All CWA Local 4250 / CTU 16 Members, In Good Standing, General Membership Meeting
General Membership Meeting Friday, August 14, 2015 7:00 pm CWA Local Union Office 3055 Glenwood Dyer Road Lynwood, Illinois
We Showed Rupert Murdoch Today That Chicago Is A Union Town!
It Was Great To See Our Sisters & Brothers From CWA Local 4250/CTU No. 16 And The Chicago News Guild Walk In Solidarity.
CWA Local 4250 / CTU 16 Women's and Community Services Committee Odyessey Dinner Cruise Raffle
$ 5.00/ Ticket - $ 200.00 Gift Certificate Drawing on August 31, 2015. Create Memories Aboard The Recently Renovated Odyssey At Chicago’s Navy Pier.
Will AT$T CEO Randall Stephenson Be Implicated In Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Cover-up?
READ THE COMPLAINT! : Will AT$T CEO Randall Stephenson Be Implicated In Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Cover-up?
CWA Local 4250/CTU #16 Women's And Community Service Committee Is Collecting Items For LaRabida Children's Hospital
LaRabida Is A Resource Upon Which Chicago Families Have Depended --And The Kindhearted Have Supported Since 1896. Donations Will Be Accepted Until July 30, 2015
Medicare Turns Fifty On July 30, 2015
On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson Signed Into Law Medicare, Which Provides Low-Cost Hospitalization And Medical Insurance For The Nation's Elderly.
July 3, 2015 - Fast Track Signed Into Law
President Obama On Monday Signed Fast Track Legislation Into Law. See How Your Senators Voted On Fast Track.
California's Effort To Build An H-1B Firewall By Patrick Thibodeau
Lawmakers Are Considering A Bill That Would Make It Difficult For State-Regulated Utilities To Replace U.S. Workers With H-1B workers.