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In Missouri, two separate anti-worker measures, HB 1413 and SB 1007, were halted by state courts last week.

General Membership Meeting-AFSCME 404

February 21st 2019

430PM Redmen Club

Present:

Adam Castle, Emilio Florez, Matt Stenger, Ryan Cates, Emilio Florez, Kurt Crosby, Crystal Kreklow, Antonino Guerrero, Jake Schoeneker, Jaime Sheppard, Marvin Sullivan, Steve Wilking, Hans Paulson, Mason Meyer, Katelyn Thiry, Molly Kennedy

AFSCME Labor Management MSH

February 21st 2019 1230PM

Administration Building

 

Attendance: Adam Castle, Matt Stenger, Marvin Sullivan, Crystal Kreklow, Emilio Florez, Kurt Crosby, Steve Wilking, Scott Melby, Lisa Vanderveen, Alli Kuhlman, Denise Considine, Michelle Chalin, Carol Olsen, Roxanne Portner

 

AFSCME MSOP Labor Management

February 28th 2019

MOJ

12PM

 

Attendance: Adam Castle, Ryan Cates, Eric Hesse, Jamie Sheppard, Molly Kennedy, Crystal Kreklow, Michelle Sexe, Troy Sherwood, Tim Lokensgard, Denise Considine, Andrew Cole

 

AFSCME AGENDA ITEMS

AFSCME social workers fight for the right to continue providing high-quality service to their elderly patients, who are among Minnesota’s most vulnerable residents.
The AFL-CIO Community Services Program, a national partnership between the United Way and the AFL-CIO, exists to provide resources, services and assistance to union workers and their families during times of hardship. “In Minnesota, there are AFL-CIO United Way partnership programs based out of Duluth, Minneapolis and St. Paul,” Rachel Loeffler-Kemp explains. The focus of the program, she says, is supporting working families. “We know that if we can help support them and the issues they face, our whole community is stronger.”
Receiving the MCA award has reinvigorated Gundgovi’s commitment to serving his parolees and the public. He says it’s an honor to be acknowledged, but the real reward is knowing he’s helping rehabilitate parolees to better themselves and strengthen our communities, and knowing his AFSCME colleagues have his back and share his values.