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St. Louis Labor Day Parade line-up set

August 19, 2015 by admin in Labor News From Our Region with 0 Comments
Stagehands

IATSE STAGEHANDS LOCAL 6 will take the lead spot in this year’s Greater St. Louis Labor Council Labor Day Parade. – Labor Tribune file photo

This year’s theme: ‘Stand With Working Families’

A lottery drawing at the St. Louis Labor Council’s July meeting has set the parade line-up for the Greater St. Louis Labor Council’s Labor Day Parade on Sept. 7. All except for Sheet Metal Workers (SMART) Local 36, which requests it always be the last unit in the parade, were selected at the meeting.

This year’s parade theme is “Stand with Working Families.”

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and Attorney General (and 2016 candidate for governor) Chris Koster have been invited to serve as grand marshals.

Groups will start forming at 7 a.m. on Olive Street between Jefferson and 15th Street. A chart of locations for all units to form up will be mailed shortly by the Labor Council and will be published in the Labor Tribune.

The parade will step off at 9 a.m. led by the mayor, police chief and fire chief, and immediately followed by a horse-drawn trolley with 20 members of the Musicians Association of St. Louis Local 2-197, and proceed east on Olive at 15th to Tucker Blvd., south on Tucker to Market Street, then west on Market to 15th.

LINE-UP

The remaining parade lineup from front to back:

  • IATSE Stagehands Local 6
  • Gas Workers Local 11-6
  • IBEW Locals 1, 2, 4, 1439 and IUOE Local 148
  • Laborers Locals 42, 53, 110 and 660
  • Bricklayers Local 1 and Insulators Local 1
  • Machinists and Aerospace Workers
  • Teamsters Locals 600, 610, 618, 682 and 688
  • Decorators/Displaymen Local 39
  • Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 562
  • Carpenters District Council
  • St. Louis Police Officers Association
  • CWA Locals 6300, 6350 and City Council
  • Painters District Council 58 and Glaziers Local 513
  • Iron Workers Local 396
  • Cement Masons Local 527
  • Operating Engineers Local 513
  • APWU STL Gateway & NALC Branch 343
  • UAW Locals 2250 and 282
  • UFCW Local 655
  • CBTU
  • Firefighters Locals 2665, 73 and West County EMS
  • AFT St. Louis Local 420
  • SEIU Local 1 and SEIU Health Care
  • Roofers Local 2
  • Sprinkler Fitters Local 268
  • Elevator Constructors Local 3
  • Amalgamated Transit Union Local 788
  • SMART Local 36

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