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Both Cody Nathaniel and 2017 Apprentice of the Year, Michael Mernagh will be among four Iron Workers representing the Southeastern States District Council at the International Apprentice Competition in September. Competition between the 14 competitors was very intense and all Locals were represented well.
For the past year we have had the privilege of having the Iron Workers Southeastern States District Council Apprentice of the Year Trophy in our hall thanks toMichael Mernagh. Cody Nathaniel will represent us next week as we try to make it back to back. I am sure that all the locals will send good apprentices but I feel Cody will do well in representing Iron Workers Local No. 387. Please wish this young man good luck.
1997 – Rose Will Monroe, who became known as “Rosie the Riveter” died at the age of 77. Rose worked at an aircraft parts factory during World War II, and was “discovered” by filmmakers producing a film promoting war bonds. The song and the iconic poster were already well known and a real-life Rosie who was a riveter “proved too good for the film’s producers to resist,” said Monroe’s daughter.
This is for the 110th Benevolent Fund Assessment for Robert E. Tippens who passed away on 10/5/2017. Please send $10.00 for this assessment. Please call Local #387 if you are unsure of how many assessments you have paid. If you have never joined the Benevolent Fund and would like to join now, please send in $940.00.
The John H. Lyons Sr. Scholarship program was started in 1968 to provide educational funding to sons and daughters of Iron Worker members.
The Eric S. Waterman Scholarship was established to provide educational funding to sons and daughters of Iron Worker members and encourage pursuit of a construction industry related degree.
This act mandates that on federally-funded construction projects, contractors have to pay the wage and fringe benefits (i.e., health insurance, retirement) paid to the majority of workers in an area–these being the “prevailing” wage and fringes. Wage Determinations On Line provides a Davis-Bacon User’s Guide, and the Iron worker Management Progressive Action Cooperative Trust (IMPACT) has a Davis-Bacon Compliance Officer to answer your questions about the Davis-Bacon and related acts. You have a right to be paid the prevailing wage and full fringe benefits.