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L-28 thanks Brotherhood for Sandy relief

LOCAL 28 (Newark, N.J.) issued a letter Jan. 16 acknowledging the support received from members in response to Hurricane Sandy, which devastated areas of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic last October.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the members in our great organization for your concern and support for the members affected by Hurricane Sandy. As you know, this storm left much destruction in its wake.

Locals  L-28

Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief

Please help Boilermaker families impacted by Hurricane Sandy. Make your donation to:

“Brotherhood Disaster Fund”
President’s Office
International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
753 State Avenue, Suite 570
Kansas City, KS 66101

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Donate to the ‘Lodge D209 Storm Relief Fund’

On March 2, members of Lodge D209 (Speed, Ind.) were caught in the path of a deadly F4 tornado. Please help them rebuild their homes and their lives. Any amount is appreciated. (Donations are not tax-deductible.)

Make checks payable to “Lodge D209 Relief Fund,” care of:

IST Bill Creeden
International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
753 State Ave., Suite 565
Kansas City, KS 66101

Locals  L-D209

Hurricane inspires heroic deeds

Newton B. Jones, Intl. President

TRAGEDY OFTEN REVEALS our inner natures. We either give up, or we struggle to survive. We either withdraw into ourselves, or we reach out to help those around us. Hurricane Katrina has revealed the heroic natures of many of our Boilermaker members.

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