LL 1842 Held Commmunity Food Drive

IAMAW LOCAL LODGE 1842 held their first COMMUNITY food drive. The food was delivered to Charitable Deeds in Knox, The Salvation Army in Franklin, and to the Salvation Army in Oil City, Pa. L.L. 1842 was very pleased with the results of their first food drive and wish to thank the members and their friends for their participation. L.L. 1842 participates in their local community’s activities such as sponsoring the cleanup of local highways and joint participation in Adopt a Family every Christmas. Again L.L. 1842 wishes to thank all the participants in this endeavor. DBR Miller stated “On behalf of the staff of District 98, I would like to commend L.L. 1842, and everyone involved in this food drive. It is events such as this that shine a bright light on the IAMAW.”

 

Above photo is L.L. 1842 President Pete Kluck (left) and Commodore -Colony Chief Shop Steward Randy Miller are pictured at the start of the food drive.

Submitted by: Robert D. Miller, Directing Business Representative, District 98 IAMAW

Updated: April 21, 2018 — 10:21 am
DL98 Machinists Union 2013