ILWU and PMA Come Together for 11th Annual Boys and Girls Clubs Fundraiser

On Friday, June 3, 2016, ILWU Locals 13, 63, 94, 63 Office Clerical, Pacific Maritime Association, several Employers, the Port of Los Angeles, and various community businesses and other local supporters came together for the 11th Annual ILWU-PMA Fundraising Luncheon for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Los Angeles Harbor.  The Boys and Girls Clubs of LA Harbor serves over 12,000 at-risk youth annually at 14 sites.  Its College Bound program provides daily pathway support to over 1,900 harbor youth.

This year, we are proud to report that, working together, we raised over $77,000 for the Clubs, exceeding last year’s fundraising of $70,000.

06-06-2016 Group Pic Boys and Girls Club Event

 

06-06-2016 Banner Boys and Girls Club Event
06-06-16 Table

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FYI on Members Only Log-In for Local 63 Website

Just an FYI.

At this time, there is no “Member’s Only” content on the Local 63 Website, so therefore, no need to attempt log-in on the website.  In the future, if this changes, Local 63 will notify the membership.

On the other hand, the Local 63 smart phone app is restricted to Local 63 members and retirees only and Local 63, from time to time, may send time sensitive messages (“push notifications”) to the membership using that tool.

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ILWU First Blood Memorial Remembers Local 63 Brother Anthony Harris

On May 18, 2016, the ILWU Southern California Pensioners held its annual “First Blood” Memorial remembering and honoring workers who have died on the waterfront starting with those that sacrificed their lives in 1934.

This year, the First Blood Memorial included the honoring of Local 63 Brother Anthony Harris who was killed on the waterfront.

All members, friends, and family are welcomed and encouraged to attend these annual Memorial events.

Pictured are Paul Trani, President of ILWU Local 63 and Greg Mitre (13-retired), current President of the ILWU Southern California Pensioners Association.

Paul Trani and Greg Mitre at First Blood

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