Unions are about family, community, and workers looking out for one another. In the Building Community section, we report on union volunteer work, charitable activity, and outreach in the community.
A record 274 attended the 33rd annual Labor Roundtable of Southwest Washington awards banquet.
At Oaks Amusement Park in Portland, a crowd estimated at 12,000 turned out for a picnic sponsored by the Northwest Oregon Labor Council.
The fundraiser brought in over $10,000 for Labor’s Community Service Agency and Sunrise for Children.
Every year on Labor Day, union members come together to celebrate family and community. Here are this year’s events.
One of the murdered Good Samaritans was a union member at the City of Portland.
Burns are one of the biggest hazards for the outside linemen Local 125 represents.
The Labor Appreciation and Recognition Night banquet raised a record $21,000 for Labor’s Community Service Agency.
The plan, conceived last spring, was for union pension funds to finance a multi-story union-built project.
Eighty-five bowlers representing 21 union-sponsored teams raised $8,536.52 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association April 9.
A fund has been set up to help the family.