UAW Local 412

Home

**UNOFFICIAL** 62nd Region 1 Bowling Tournament Results

62nd Annual UAW Region 1 Invitational Bowling Tournament
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Imperial Lanes
Clinton Township, Michigan

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

2017 Men’s & Mixed Division

*Captain Vanita Parker – Local 140 - Series 3391
*Captain Steve Barry – Local 228 - Series 3338
*Captain Ronald Shooks – Local 653 - Series 3313
*Captain Dwayne Davis – Local 140 - Series 3312
*Captain Mike Dunn – Local 7 - Series3278
*Captain Alexander Nightingale – Local 909 - Series 3294
*Captain Gary Winters – Local 869 - Series 3222
*Captain Floyd Locke Jr. – Local 7 - Series 3217
*Captain James Hardy Jr. – Local 212 - Series 3215
*Captain Ken Raynes – Local 7 - Series 3212
*Captain Alvin Kelley – Local 961 - Series 3208
*Captain Al Leszczynski – Local 1248 - Series 3199
*Captain Kenny Kapa – Local 212 - Series 3197
*Captain Gerald Malcolm – Local 7 - Series 3185
*Captain Frank Landino – Local 1248 - Series 3179

*Denotes Qualifier for National Tournament

 Qualifiers Will Be Notified By UAW Region 1

Celebrate White Shirt Day February 11!

February 11 is White Shirt Day. Show solidarity for all workers by wearing a white shirt.

February is Black History Month, and we’re taking a look back on the contributions of African-American leaders within the UAW like Ruben Burks.

Ruben Burks’ long history of unionism and advocacy for social justice started in 1955 when he began working as an assembler at the former General Motors Fisher Body Plant 2 in Flint where he joined UAW Local 598...

Read more >>>

Statement from UAW Vice President Norwood Jewell on FCA US Profit-Sharing Announcement

 “Today FCA US announced that UAW members will get an average of $5,000 in profit-sharing payments. Based on the new contract formula that UAW members bargained in 2015 negotiations, some employees could be eligible for higher payments based on compensated hours.

UAW members at FCA US are proud of the quality Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and RAM products they produce, and through collectively bargained profit-sharing, the hard work and success of our members’ is rewarded.”

COMMUNITY LEADERS, CLERGY, WORKER ADVOCATES LAUNCH CAMPAIGN TO EDUCATE NISSAN DEALERS AND BUYERS

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Community leaders, elected officials, faith leaders, labor unions, student groups and racial justice organizations today protested at Nashville’s Action Nissan dealership...

Read more >>>

  “This morning, Ford Motor Co. announced their 2016 North American full-year profits of $9 billion. This is exciting news as our members will each see a significant profit-sharing financial payout per the 2015 collective bargaining agreement... Read more >>>

The UAW-FCA-Ford-General Motors Legal Services Plan that was negotiated in 2015 contracts will begin taking cases on Wednesday, January 25th.

UAW Women are Taking on 2017!

Join in by signing up here. And follow UAW Women for the latest!

UAW Vice President Estrada Says Thank You to Women’s March Participants

 

 

 The UAW-FCA-Ford-General Motors Legal Services Plan that was negotiated in 2015 contracts will begin taking cases on Wednesday, Jan. 25... Read more >>>

 

Applications for the 2017 UAW Walter and May Reuther Family Education Center Scholarship Program are enclosed. Members in good standing for one year who have NEVER ATTENDED the program are eligible to apply. Past participants in the Family Scholarship Program are not eligible to re-apply. The program is designed to accommodate the UAW member, the spouse and their dependent children (ages 4 to 18 only). The entire family must participate in all scheduled workshops and programs.

Members who are selected will be responsible for their travel expenses and must be willing to use their regular vacation, personal leave time, or union leave (where contracts apply). A complete list of eligibility rules and instructions is outlined in detail on the application. Members will be notified if they are selected to attend or if their names are place on a wait list.

The completed application form must be signed by the local union president or financial secretary and submitted to the region along with a $50 registration fee. The registration fee will be refunded upon completion of the program.

The check should be made payable to: UAW Family Education Center.

All applications must be received by May 1, 2017

Mail applications to: UAW Region 1, 27800 George Merrelli Drive, Warren, MI 48092 Attn: FEC Family Scholarship.

Cancellations must be submitted immediately to the region 1 office so that reservations can be reallocated. Failure to do so at least 10 days prior to the start of the program will result in forfeiture of any registration fees paid.

Read more >>>

2017 Black Lake Campground Information - Download here! Read more >>>

UAW Region 1 is pleased to announce that scholarships are available to those students who are children or grandchildren of UAW Region 1 local union members and are graduating from high school this year, or are current college students. The scholarships will be awarded through the UAW Region 1 Director’s Scholarship Fund, administered by the Community Caring Program. The number of scholarships awarded and the stipend amount varies from year to year depending on scholarship program fund. A copy of each form can be downloaded from this site.

This scholarship program is open to all students who have reached a high level of scholastic achievement and are interested in continuing their education. We encourage all UAW Region 1 members and retirees who have children or grandchildren (who are still dependents and are entering college this fall or are already in college) to urge the students to apply for these scholarships.

APPLICATIONS MUST ARRIVE AT: UAW REGION 1, DIRECTOR’S SCHOLARSHIP
27800 GEORGE MERRELLI DRIVE, WARREN, MI 48092
NO LATER THAN APRIL 14, 2017 TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.
(NO EXCEPTIONS)

Read more >>>

UAW Region 1 is offering five weeks of FREE educational workshops beginning Tuesday, February 7, 2017. Participants will have a choice between morning (10 a.m.-12 p.m.) or evening (5 p.m.-7 p.m.) workshops. Each workshop is for five consecutive weeks. Participants must attend four out of five training sessions to receive a Certificate of Completion.

Workshops being offered this season are:

Tuesday Classes – Morning or Evening: (February 7, 14, 21, 28, March 7) – CLASS SIZE LIMITED TO 45 STUDENTS

• Grievance Handling: This course teaches the skills needed to represent workers with grievances. Topics include: what is and is not a grievance, proper grievance investigation techniques and written grievance presentation skills.
Prerequisites: None

• Organizing: This course is designed to introduce tools and techniques needed to make organizing campaigns more effective. It teaches members the importance of organizing, as well as how to begin an organizing campaign. Members who take this course will receive a comprehensive introduction on how to organize non-union facilities and will learn how to organize/unify members within their own locals to increase solidarity within the membership. Prerequisites: None

Thursday Classes – Morning or Evening: (February 9, 16, 23, March 2, 9) – CLASS SIZE LIMITED TO 45 STUDENTS

• Grievance Handling: This course teaches the skills needed to represent workers with grievances. Topics include: what is and is not a grievance, proper grievance investigation techniques and written grievance presentation skills.
Prerequisites: None

• Collective Bargaining/Costing a Contract: This course will show members who are bargaining local agreements, how to cost out the different proposals made to the company or received by the company. This will allow bargainers to learn how not to cost themselves out of a contract, as well as how to recognize when a proposal is too low. Prerequisites: None

All workshops will be held at Region 1. The registration form is enclosed. AN OFFICER MUST VERIFY THAT THE PARTICIPANT IS A MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING. All forms must be returned to UAW Region 1 no later than February 3, 2017. Registration forms may be faxed to 586-427-7142 or sent by mail. After the forms are submitted, the students should report to class on their selected day(s). No confirmation letter will be sent.

Kids Christmas Party pictures are now available for viewing!

The 62st Annual UAW Region 1 Invitational Bowling Tournament, sponsored by UAW
Region 1 and the UAW Department of Recreation and Leisure-Time Activities, will be held at Imperial Lanes, 44650 Garfield Road, Clinton Township, Michigan, on Saturday, February 11, 2017 (one day only – 8:30 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. squad times). This tournament has the moral support sanction of the USBC and is open to active members of Region 1, their spouses and retirees only.

NOTE: DEADLINE DATE FOR ENTRIES – FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2017

Read more >>>

UAW SPORTSMEN AND WOMEN

 Enter the Gun-A-Week Sweeepstakes

Read more >>>

Want to see the photos from the Labor Day Parade?! Read more >>>

See the full language of the 2015 ratified contract. Read more >>>

Information regarding scholarships for dependent children and TAP guidelines. Read more >>>

Chrysler Employee Advantage Program and Mopar Parts Discount. Read more >>>

Want to see the photos from the Local 412 Golf Outing?! Read more >>>

USA Cares, Assisting Military Families in Crisis will be having two fundraising events this summer. Read more >>>

Local 412 (2016) Officer's Election Protest Read more >>>

Jeff Hagler's letter to the membership-(Best Wishes & Goodbye) Read more >>>

Honor our Nations heros this Memorial Day with American Union made products. Read more >>>

Information regarding the Local 412 Election Results Read more >>>

Information regarding UAW Local 412 Election of Officers. Read more >>>

Blessing of the Bikes (For Motorcyclists)

UAW Region 1 Pavilion

May 15th, 2016 / Assemble from 10:00 AM To 11:00 AM

Blessing is at Noon.

Read more >>>

WSU Labor Studies Spring Online Labor Course Schedule

Five (5) Week Courses Beginning the Week of April 10, 2016

Read more >>>

WSU Safe Jobs Now Conference

Held:  Tuesday, March 29, 2016

McGregor Memorial Conference Center/WSU Main Campus, Room B/C

Read more >>>

Save the Date - Women creating a world without walls: Real Problems, real solutions Read more >>>

A letter regarding Retiree Car Vouchers. Read more >>>

Want to to the photos from the Retiree Christmas Party?! Read more >>>

Please select Photo Albums and see the photos!  You will be directed to our Local 412 Share Site on Shutterfly and can create a log in to see all of our event photos! Read more >>>

Union Label Needs You!

Read more >>>

A message from UAW Chrysler Vice President Norwood Jewell:

 General Dynamics has reached a Tentative Agreement!

A letter from UAW-FCA Vice President  and Director Norwood H. Jewell Read more >>>

A letter from UAW President Dennis Williams to the UAW-FCA Leadership Read more >>>

 Want to see the photos from the Labor Day Parade?!  Read more >>>

Local 412 Families featured on WDIV-Click on Detroit, reported by Paula Tutman Read more >>>

Find out why Local 412 Cafeteria Workers are Thanking Vice President Norwood H. Jewell….

Read more >>>

Join Fellow UAW Sportsmen as a Proud Member of the Sportsmen's Alliance!

Join Today!  It's Easy and It's FREE!  Active and Retired UAW Members are eligible!

Join Online Today at:  UnionSportsmen.org

 

 Want to see the photos?

 Region 1 2015 Directors Scholarship Winners Announced  Read more >>>

The UAW family has joined the American Football Coaches Association to help protect our Nation’s children. Child Identification kits are available at no charge! 

Officers & Staff Info

As you may remember from the Region 1 CAP Council Meeting, we discussed starting a CAP Council in both Oakland and Macomb counties. Much interest and anticipation was generated during that meeting. Therefore, we are asking you to encourage your CAP activists to get involved. The more participants the stronger our CAP Council will be. In order for this Council to succeed, we need as many participants as possible.

The by-laws dictate that we need four (4) officers for each CAP Council. We ask that only members who reside in the respective counties take part in these councils.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Brian Negovan, Region 1 CAP Coordinator, at 586-427-9200 or bnegovan@uaw.net .

Region 1 is excited to introduce the UAW Region 1’s Solidarity Riders. This motorcycle rider’s group will serve to (recreationally) build camaraderie and social networks for the brother and sisters in our region who ride. Solidarity Riders will also be supporting and advancing the causes of Region 1 and our International Union (e.g. the Labor Day Parade) by simply doing something many of us love to do, RIDE.

All active and retired members of UAW, Region 1 and their spouses are invited. We must insist, however, that only motorcycles made in the USA (preferably Union Made) participate.

Please direct questions to your local union local officers or contact Tony Feyers at 586-427-9200.

Riding season is here!!

Read more >>>

 

WHAT IS V-CAP?

V-CAP is the UAW’s political action fund made up of voluntary contributions from UAW members, retirees and their families. The money is used to support pro-worker political candidates who have earned the endorsement of the UAW Community Action Program (CAP).

WHY SHOULD I GIVE TO CAP?

From taxes and trade policy to retirement security and health care to education and infrastructure – politics affects our daily lives. That’s why it’s essential for working families to make our voices heard in local, state and national politics by supporting candidates who support us. One of the most effective ways to do that is by contributing to V-CAP.

read more ...

Read more >>>

UAW Local 412 Logo

Sign Up
Email:
Password:
Remember me