Little bags of corn were flying across the blacktop at 2701 W. Patapsco Avenue on a recent weekend, as Local 24’s RENEW committee hosted its 1st Annual Cornhole Tournament on the afternoon of Saturday, September 22, 2018. The event drew 12 teams of fierce competitors along with lots
Held every August at Conrad’s Ruth Villa, Local 24’s Family Picnic is a beloved tradition. Active and retired members bring their families out for a beautiful day on the water, having fun and renewing friendships. With carnival games, inflatables, clowns, face painting, horseshoes and corn-hole
Local 24 proudly welcomed 51 members to their new status of Journeyman Wireman, at the apprenticeship graduation ceremony held on July 20, 2018. After five demanding years of on-the-job training and classroom instruction, the members listed below have “topped out”. In addition, three members completed our 3-year
Congratulations and hats off! to the following Local 24 members, who recently celebrated significant service anniversaries: 60-Year Membership Ernest M. Mills, Jr. 50-Year Membership Robert P. Fifield
Primary Election Day in Maryland is Tuesday, June 26, 2018. If you aren’t already registered to vote and need to do so, or if you want to change your party affiliation before the Primary, you must do it by Tuesday, June 5. It is easier than
Doug Eichelberger, of Professional Contractor Supplies (PCS), was on hand at the April regular membership meeting to make one lucky member’s night. During Local 24’s annual Tool & Boot Sale in March, PCS offered some extra incentive to shop by sponsoring a drawing for a TV. All
There are not many people who can say that they have been a part of an organization for sixty years, but several Local 24 members can lay claim to that bragging right! Among those people are Brother Donald M. Curtis, Brother Edward W.
We have an exciting opportunity to bring hundreds of jobs to Maryland through the offshore wind program, including jobs in manufacturing, construction, and engineering. These jobs will be located throughout the state from the Eastern Shore to Baltimore to Frederick. The offshore wind program also brings