Sheet Metal Workers Local 36 raises more than $20,000 for St. Vincent Home for Children

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SHEET METAL WORKERS (SMART) LOCAL 36 President/Business Manager Ray Reasons presented a check for $20,000 to Carla Monroe-Posey, chief executive officer for the St. Vincent Home for Children, following the union’s annual golf tournament May 6 to help the home continue its mission helping at-risk youth in need. – Edward M. Hoganson III/Local 36 photo

Normandy, MO – Sheet Metal Workers (SMART) Local 36’s annual golf tournament May 6 to benefit the St. Vincent Home for Children was a resounding success.

The 21st annual tournament, May 6, at Glen Echo Country Club raised more than $20,000 for the home, which provides professional treatment and residential services for at-risk children and their families.

Local 36 President/Business Manager Ray Reasons presented a check for $20,000 to Carla Monroe-Posey, Chief Executive officer for St. Vincent Home, to help the home continue its mission helping adolescents facing significant life challenges with love, security and therapeutic supports that enable them to improve their lives, their families and the community.

UFCW Local 655 Representative Nikki Rich won a 50/50 raffle at the tournament and donated the $400 prize back to the St. Vincent Home. – Edward M. Hoganson III/Local 36 photo

Nikki Rich, a representative for United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 655, won a 50/50 raffle at the tournament, then donated the $400 prize back to the St. Vincent home.

HISTORY OF HELPING YOUTH IN NEED
St. Vincent has been serving the Greater St. Louis Community since 1850, starting as an orphan home. Today, the home serves more than 500 at-risk youth each year with high quality, professional treatment.

To make that help available to as many youths as possible, St. Vincent offers a variety of on-site residential and home-based programs. Programs are tailored for the various levels of support that kids need and are created to be seamless, so children and families have as much support as they need for as long as they need it at no cost to clients or their families.

For more information, visit saintvincenthome.org

A 'THANK YOU' TO THE TOURNAMENT SPONSORS
The 21st Annual Sheet Metal Workers (SMART) Local 36 Golf Tournament benefiting the St. Vincent Home for Children was a resounding success, thanks to these generous sponsors:

• Aetna
• Amalgamated Bank of Chicago
• American Metals Supply Co.
• Architectural Sheet
Metal Systems
• Blakely Sheet Metal, LLC
• C & R Mechanical Company
• C & S Heating & Cooling
• Castia Rx
• Coalition of Black Trade
Unionists
• CDS Services, Inc.
• Clay Piping Systems
• Conner Ash, PC
• Craftsmen Contracting Inc.
• Design Aire Heating & Cooling
• Ekon Benefits
• Galmiche & Sons, Inc.
• Heat & Frost Insulators Local 1
• Hulett Heating & Air
Conditioning
• Hyde Sheet Metal, Inc.
• Icon Mechanical
• Jarrell Mechanical Contractors
• Jefferson Bank & Trust
• JW Terrill
• Kennedy Graphics, Inc.
• Kuenz Heating & Sheet Metal
• Laborers Local 42
• Lyon Sheet Metal, Inc.
• Marquette Associates
• McBride Homes
• Miller & Associates Testing
& Balancing
• MinuteMan Press – St. Charles
• Missouri AFL-CIO
• Murphy Co.
• Nieroda Insurance Agency
• O’Brien Law Firm, P.C.
• Operating Engineers Local 148
• Peters-Eichler Mechanical Inc.
• Plumbers & Pipefitters
Local 562
• Prudential Retirement
• R. F. Meeh
• Rockwood Capital Advisors
• Scott-Lee Heating
Company, Inc.
• Sheet Metal Contractors Inc.
• SMACNA-St. Louis
• SMART Transportation Division
• Sprinkler Fitters Local 268
• St. Louis Bldg. & Const.
Trades Council
• St. Louis Labor Council
• St. Louis/Southern Illinois
Labor Tribune
• Teamsters Local Union No. 688
• US Bank, NA
• UFCW Local 655
• Vicon Machinery
• VPF of Local 36
• Wiegmann Associates Inc.
• Zipf Air, Inc.

 

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