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Sheet Metal Workers'
50th Annual Picnic / Booya
September 9th, 2017
Highland Park Picnic Pavilion

11:00 am to 3:00 pm

 All active, retired members and their families are invited

Call Dave Holzer @ 651-262-4391 with questions



Local 10 Sheet Metal Workers put new lid on St. Paul’s municipal booya shed

Installing the booya shed’s new roof are Local 10 members (L to R) Travis Rost, Scott Spears, Justin Rost and Scott Berube.

St. Paul’s municipal booya kitchen has a new roof, thanks to members of Sheet Metal Workers Local 10 and union contractor Berwald Roofing.

Four members of Local 10 installed a new standing seam metal roof on the structure in Highland Park today. The contractor donated supplies; Local 10 picked up the labor costs.

The union’s annual booya feed in the park – a late-summer tradition since 1968 – attracts around 1,000 active workers, retirees and family members. According to Local 10, it’s the longest-running booya feed in St. Paul.

Booya chefs began noticing the kitchen’s roof was in need of repair some time ago, and this year the union approached St. Paul Parks and Recreation, which leases the city-owned kitchen, with a proposal for handling the job on its own.

Booya is a savory stew slow-cooked in large batches over an open fire. The Highland Park booya shed – thought to be one of only a few municipally owned booya kitchens in the country – can accommodate six kettles with a capacity to cook 400 gallons at once.

Local 10’s booya feed is set for Sept. 9 this year.


 

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Local 10 and Local 480 Hold Joint Steward Training

Stewards are at the front line of support for the membership of Local 10 and Local 480. Proper knowledge and training for them has always been important.

International Director of Production Mike LaFave and IA Organizer Tim Hintz presented valuable information and training for over 30 stewards of Local 10 and Local 480 here at Local 10 meeting hall. Knowledge of grievances reporting to contact understating to workman comp was presented to the stewards. 

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