The Metro Baltimore AFL-CIO has teamed up again this year with the Baltimore Orioles to offer union members and their families discounted tickets to come out and watch the Birds play ball. Tickets are on sale now at Local 24’s Baltimore Hall – get yours today!
If you are planning to catch up with us in Annapolis rather than take a bus from the Union Hall,
the location has changed.
MEET ON SOUTHEAST LAWN AT CORNER OF BLADEN & CALVERT ST. ANNAPOLIS, MD 21401
Local 24 IBEW is proud to take part in Union Night in Annapolis, when our members engage with Maryland’s elected officials and express support or opposition for legislation that is being considered by the General Assembly.
Union Night is an annual event organized by the Metro Baltimore Council AFL-CIO and the Baltimore/D.C. Building Trades Union. It brings together members of many unions, both public and private sector.
Check out the flyer below for more information. Local 24 provides buses for transport from the union hall to Lawyer’s Mall.
Tickets are now on sale for the annual AFL-CIO Union Night at Oriole Park at Camden Yard.
Local 24’s halls in Baltimore and Salisbury have tickets for only $6 each, for the June 24 game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Stop by either hall to purchase your tickets. Cash, check or money order payments accepted – no credit cards.
It is AFL-CIO Union Night, so don’t forget to show your union pride by wearing your Local 24 t-shirts and hats.
For questions, call
Baltimore 410 247-5511
Salisbury 410 742-0234
Almost 200 members of IBEW Local 24 turned out to represent our union and all Maryland working people at the annual Labor Night Rally in Annapolis on the evening of Monday, March 21, 2016.
The rally, which is coordinated every year by the Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO, took place before the MD General Assembly’s Monday night session, and included members of various Maryland unions representing the Building Trades and public and private workers. Union members come out to remind our elected officials that our priorities are good jobs, fair wages and safe working conditions.
Speakers included Local 24 member and MD Delegate Cory McCray (District 45, Baltimore City) and MD Delegate Jimmy Tarlau (District 47A, PG County) who was a representative for the Communications Workers of America (CWA) prior to his election.
Local 24 Business Manager Gary Griffin, Metropolitan Council President Ernie Grecco and MD & DC AFL-CIO Secretary Treasurer Donna Edwards also spoke.