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CARPENTERS QUARTERLY

OCT-NOV-DEC 2005 ~ VOLUME 4 ~ NO.2

LET’S PARTY!

Carpenters Local 1243 will be holding their annual Christmas party on Friday, December 9, 2005 at the Westmark Hotel Gold Room at 6:00 p.m. You may purchase your $5.00 tickets at the Local 1243 office and tickets must be purchased by December 7, 2005. Please be aware that the party is “adults” only, so we kindly ask that you not bring your children.

Carpenters Local 1281 and Piledrivers Local 2520 will be holding their annual Christmas party on Friday, December 9, 2005. Santa will be arriving at 6:00 p.m. downstairs at the Carpen- ters Hall in Anchorage. The piñata's, dinner, bar, and music will be upstairs in the Hall.

Carpenters Local 2247 will be holding a Christmas party this year but are still working on the details. Local 2247 members can expect an invitation in the mail in the near future!

Millwrights Local 1501 will not be holding a party this year. However, Carpenters Local 1243 and Carpenters Local 1281/Piledrivers Local 2520 has invited all Millwright members to at- tend their parties. If you are interested, please be sure to get your tickets at the Carpenters Local 1243 office for their party (Local 1281 does not require tickets—just show up!).

Letter from the Executive Secretary

2

New and Returning Members

3

Member Discounts

3

Trust Talk

4

Updates from the Locals

5-7

Organizing Update

8

Updates from the Training Centers

9-10

Items for Sale

11

In Remembrance

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Inside this issue:

HONORING OUR SERVING MEMBERS

During the holidays we ask that you remember our members that are currently serving our country overseas in Iraq, Af- ghanistan, and other countries.

In honor of their serving members, Carpenters Local 1281 is giving each child of a serving member $75.00 to help out dur- ing the holiday season.

Other local offices have been keeping in touch with their member’s families on the home front. If you know someone serving, member or not, show your appreciation—offer to help out the families that they have left behind. Whether it be re- moving snow, giving money, giving gifts, or just being there for conversation. Show your pride and appreciation this holi- day season to our serving members and their families!

ARCC would like to thank our serving members and their families for their courage and dedication.

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