Unclaimed winning numbers from the 7/26/2014 Delgrosso's picnic are shown below.
Winners call the union office 548-1429 for instructions on how to claim a prize.
Unclaimed prizes will be raffled at the September 10, 2014 membership meeting
$50 $20 $20 $20
031 967 031 993 032 174 032 403
032 212 032 010 032 175 032 407
032 330 032 011 032 305 032 438
032 445 032 017 032 310 032 466
032 143 032 336 032 472
032 147 032 344 032 495
032 150 032 375 032 506
032 160 032 387
Noon: #487 985 - $192.00 - Winner/claimed
1:45: #488 273 - $211.50 - Winner/claimed
**** IMPORTANT NOTICE ****
regarding contract ballot mailing
Due to a misprint on the first GOLD contract ballot - a second contract mailing has been mailed.
The correct official ballot is BLUE.
Vote using the blue ballot.
Because of a misprint on the contract ballot, we are sending a second corrected ballot mailing in order to make sure everyone has a free and fair choice.
We sincerely apologize for the mix up on the previous ballot making those ballots invalid.
Because of the error, be assured that the results of the second ballot will constitute the official result of the balloting.
We will be using a different post office box in a different city for the collection of the correct ballots.
YOUR MEMBER ID CARD IS NECESSARY Have your card with you and be prepared to show your ID card at the Union picnic. ALL members receive a member ID card when they become a member.
From the President.......
Brothers and Sisters,
With our Union picnics and summer almost over, I would like to thank you for your support and understanding.
The contract ballots will be counted on August 18th. The negotiation team unanimously recommends and asks for your yes vote for this contract. We have completed our information meetings about the tentative agreement and I am glad to report that the response was extremely positive. A lot of members thanked the negotiation team for their hard work, but the team believes the success of the contract talks is because of all the work that the membership does day in and day out. The true strength of the Union starts with the membership. This contract is truly a product of us listening to the members. The team gets to put all those parts together to negotiate a contract and we thank you for that opportunity. As soon as the ballots are counted on the August 18 we will post the results.
The next thing that we believe is the governor race. We need to make sure Tom Corbett is a one-time governor. We will be working hard to educate our members of why we need Tom Wolf. Tom Corbett does not support working class Pennsylvanians, education, and Unions. All three of these issues have a direct effect on our Union.
VOTE! - If you are not registered – register – ask co-workers if they are registered, encourage them to register and VOTE! If you need assistance registering to vote, call the office at 814-548-1429 and we will help you. We need to take a proactive approach for this election year and get all of members ready to vote.
Thanks again to all of you for a great summer and for all the hard work you do for the University. The strength of this Union is all 2500 members standing as one.
President and Business Agent
From the Secretary Treasurer....
Brothers and Sisters
The winter is over and I hope you are getting out enjoying the nice weather. It is that time of year to think about the Teamsters Local 8 annual picnic. Take the time to come enjoy a day with your family and friends. It is always a great day to relax. I hope to see you and your family this summer!
Wage payroll grievances have been settled!
44 positions are being created and posted!
This is a huge victory for Local 8. A posting was sent out to all stewards with details regarding this settlement. The first wage payroll grievance was filed in 2009—it has been a long dispute. The language regarding wage payroll had been in the contract for years. With this agreement, the language in the contract has been clarified. We are glad we were able to come to a settlement on the wage payroll grievances. Of the 44 positions, some are new jobs and some are being filled because of attrition. When members would retire, quit, or bid out Penn State would not fill the job. As this happened, there was a jump in the use of wage payroll. We were positive and argued the violation of improper wage payroll. Thank you for being so patient. Through your diligence and information we were able to fight this fight. It is very important we continue to keep an eye on wage payroll and keep track of how many hours they work. I appreciate your hard work.
We are Union and we can protect our jobs! If we were not Union there would be no mechanism to control the use of wage payroll and no way to protect our jobs.
It is a great day to be a Teamster!