Angry and upset about the recent passage of “right-to-work” in Missouri? Looking for a way to get involved in putting the issue on the ballot for voters to decide? Want to take part in changing history?
Then mark your calendars for Saturday, March 18 for the Women’s History Brunch, sponsored by the St. Louis chapter of the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW). The event, which coincides with Women’s History Month, will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the CWA Local 6300 Union Hall at 2258 Grissom Drive in Maryland Heights. Doors will open at 10:30 a.m.
The event will feature several guest speakers, including Missouri AFL-CIO Political Director Merri Berry who will explain what the agency is doing to put “right-to-work” on the ballot for voters to decide and give specifics on how you can volunteer.
Tickets for the brunch are $25 each or $175 for a table of eight. The brunch also includes live music by union musicians and a lunch catered by Maggie O’Brien’s. Space is limited, and the reservation deadline to attend the event is Monday, March 13.
Advertisements are also available for purchase in the event’s program booklet. A half-page ad is $80 and a full-page ad is $150. A full-page inside cover full-color ad is $300, and the back cover, which is also full color, is $400. The ad space reservation deadline is Friday, March 10.
The St. Louis chapter of CLUW has been active in the St. Louis Labor Movement for more than 40 years. Its members have engaged in the fight to defeat “right-to-work” (for less) and paycheck “protection” (deception), joined CATE, the coalition to expose sex and labor trafficking here and abroad, and stood with the Show Me $15 organizing drive fighting for $15 an hour and a union.
For more information and to order tickets and ads, contact Marcia Cline at email@example.com or 314-805-6774. You can also mail your order and check to CLUW, P.O. Box 548, St. Louis, MO 63188.