ST. LOUIS COUNTY EXECUTIVE Steve Stenger discusses the county job growth and investment. Behind him (from left) are North County Labor President Fred Searcy (Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 562) and North County Labor Club Vice President Tim Rone (Heat and Frost Insulators Local 1).
By MARY ANN HOLLEY
The North County Labor Club held its annual picnic June 4 at St. Ferdinand Park in Florissant. Members, guests, and worker-friendly candidates for various offices spoke at the event, offering hope for a “blue wave” in August and November.
North County Labor Club meets the first Monday of each month at the IAMAW Aerospace Lodge Hall at 212 Utz Lane in Hazelwood.
Here are some additional photos from the event.
- All photos Labor Tribune
PAT WHITE, president of the Greater St. Louis Labor Council, talks about the importance of supporting worker friendly candidates. Standing by are St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger (center) and Labor club Vice President Tim Rone (Heat and Frost Insulators Local 1)
MISSOURI STATE REP. Cora Faith Walker discussed workers’ issues in the legislature. Behind her (from left) are North County Labor President Fred Searcy (Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 562) and North County Labor Club Vice President Tim Rone (Heat and Frost Insulators Local 1).
DAN WIBRACHT (left) a member of Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 562 and candidate for 72nd District state representative, talks with retired Glaziers Local 513 union representative Brian Steins and Local 562 Business Manager Brian Nichols.
FARRAKHAN SHEGOG, candidate for Missouri state rep. in the 86th District, discussed issues of importance to workers and residents of the North County district.
NORTH COUNTY LABOR CLUB Secretary Frank Schuette (left) and North County Labor Club founder and former president Dick Kellett, both of Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 562, listen to worker-friendly candidates.
RAYCHEL PROUDIE, candidate for Missouri state representative in the 73rd District, stopped by for a visit.
UNION BROTHERS Bricklayers Local 1 Missouri Organizer Mike O’Neill, former International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Trades President John Flynn (center), Tile Setters Local 18 President Mike Weber (right) took time out to visit.