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the Boilermaker Reporter

Volume 45, Number 3
Jul 2006 to Sep 2006

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Included articles:

31st Consolidated Convention coverage, Speaker summaries, Committee reports, Top Canadian Apprentice competition, International Executive Council Scholarship winners, Court blocks DHS restrictions, Local 112's relief efforts earn recognition, and much, much more...

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Convention sets pace for our future

Newton B. Jones, Intl. President

Delegates make changes needed to meet challenges

DELEGATES TO THE 31st Consolidated Convention sent me a message this July. They told me that Boilermakers are willing to do whatever is necessary to keep this Brotherhood united and strong.

Delegates made some difficult decisions in Las Vegas — and there was considerable debate before they could reach a decision on some issues. But in the end they did what needed to be done. They gave your International union the tools we need to continue to serve you for the next five years.

Reporter  V45N3

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  • The new Northeast Training Facility opens its door to host the first of three Welding Boot Camps. Kneeling l. to r., Jordon Trust and Dominic Nacca. Front row l. to r., L-237 BM-ST Chris O’Neill, Instructor Joel Kipfer, IVP-NE John Fultz, Adam Church, Adam Ziegler and Ryan Hoffman. Middle row l. to r., Jerry Couser, Zeresehay Berhe, Ruark Danforth, Thomas McNeil, Jedediah Robertson, Instructor Daniel Badiali and Jason Dupuis, NEAAC. Back row l. to r., Jonathan Middleton, Chance Gendron, Tom Keegan and David

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