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Local 26 holds first retiree luncheon


Local 26 retirees (Savannah, Ga.) attend a luncheon May 5.

AL HAZELWOOD, A retired member of Local 26 (Savannah, Ga.), hosted the first retiree luncheon for Local 26 members at his home on May 5. According to L-26 BM-ST W.S. Bashlor, retired members had shown an interest in getting together to talk about old times, so the local put together a list of retirees and started making preparations.

“All of the retirees had a great time visiting with each other,” Bashlor reported. “They had about 38 retired Boilermakers, plus their wives, and are hoping to make this an annual event.”

Published on the Web: September 20, 2007

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