ABS stores raised money for the 2022 Union/ABS Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fundraiser.The total raised by all stores = $64,605
ABS stores raised money for the 2022 Union/ABS Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fundraiser.
The total raised by all stores = $64,605
The top 3 stores were:
Potomac – $7,525
John RodriguezFrank KongErick LlanosEdwar ArroyoTim AikenCynthia CarrilloMelca Santos
Muddy Branch – $6,939
Brian WardCliff DawsonBen ManguiriJosh LunsfordMerennage FernandoNatalie ProctorMichael OshagbemiRichard Williams
Olney – $5,858
Keith GildeaJeff WeinbergerDon WarnakulasuriyaRich BondGisele NewmanVivian LewisPatrick FraserRead More
UFCW LOCAL 1994 MCGEO ENDORSES DEMOCRAT ERIC OLSON IN BID FOR PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT 3
Praises Olson’s Work as Advocate for Communities and Working Families
Gaithersburg, Md. – UFCW Local 1994 MCGEO, representing a contingent of Prince George’s County residents and employees in the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission and in the Prince George’s County Memorial Library System, is endorsing Eric Olson for Prince George’s County’s District 3 County Council seat.
“Eric has been an outspoken advocate for working families in Prince George’s County and we are proud to endorse his candidacy,” said Local 1994 President Gino Renne. “We were particularly impressed with the role he took opposing the recent attempt to gerrymander the County in the redistricting efforts this past fall. He has shown a commitment to protecting our communities, our working families, and, especially, speaking up for the vulnerable and underserved in the County. We need more leaders like him.”
Renne pointed out that during his last stint on the Council Olson was a tested and proven champion for working families.
“We could count on Eric. He was always ready to help us protect and advance the interests of our members serving Prince George’s County residents,” said Renne.
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Local 1994 represents 8,000 public employees in Montgomery County, Prince George’s County and beyond. From its inception, UFCW Local 1994 MCGEO has fought to protect workers’ rights, negotiate fair wages, and protect safety and security of workers.Read More
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The UFCW Charity Foundation Scholarship Program
Every year the UFCW SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM offers scholarships to UFCW members or their immediate family members who want to further their education and demonstrate a commitment to their communities and to UFCW values. Since 1958, the fund has distributed more than $2 million in scholarships.*
Past winners have gone on to make significant contributions to society and to the UFCW – entering a range of fields including public service, medicine, law, business and teaching. Many have returned to the UFCW as staffers, organizers, and community activists who contribute to our mission.
*UFCW-employed officers and staff, and their immediate families are not eligible for this program.
The UFCW Charity Foundation Scholarship will begin receiving applications on February 11th. The deadline for the 2019 scholarship will be May 12, 2019. The “Part B” of the application will be due by May 26, 2019. For information on how to apply, return to this page after February 11. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
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