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2014 Solidarity Ride
Thanks to everyone who came and rode with us at the  2014 Solidarity Ride. We had a beautiful ride Sunday, August 3, 2014, as the weather cooperated and made for great day riding throught the Black Hills. Next year is the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis Rally, so we are already plannning the 2015 Solidarity Ride, make sure you visit our web site at www.ibewsolidarityride.com throughout the year for updates on next years ride, as well as pictures and information from this years ride.

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2014 CHRISTMAS PARTY

The 2014 Christmas Party for IBEW Local 1250 is scheduled for Saturday, December 6th at 5:00 pm at the Labor Temple building, next door to the Local Union hall. Mark your calendars and plan to spend the evening with your fellow union brothers and sisters for fun filled night.
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IBEW Training Center/Union Hall 2014

  The strength of the IBEW is determined by our union density. As union density declines, so does our ability to secure beneficial wage increases, benefits and working conditions. In "right to work for less" states like South Dakota, Wyoming, and Nebraska, the three states that IBEW Local Union 1250 has members in, the task of keeping good contracts and having high union density is especially difficult and requires that we constantly strive to maintain our membership levels. Most of our units do very well at maintaining membership levels, but some have dropped to less than desirable levels. Each of us as union members, has the task of asking our fellow workers to join the Local Union and help maintain the good wage and benefit levels in our contracts. That's why I'm asking each of you to take the time to visit with your co-workers and if they are not members, ask them to consider joining their union to help us keep and improve our union contracts. 

Candidate Endorsements from the AFL-CIO

The South Dakota AFL-CIO has endosed the following candidates for the State of South Dakota based on their responses to our question and answer sheet on: working men and women, the state of the economy and their positions towards unions.

US Senate: Rick Weiland                         US House: Corinna Robinson

Governor: Susan Wismer                            

State Senate: Mark Remily, Michael Schultz, Bernie Hunhoff, Chuck Welke, Scott Parsley,

Ann Thornberg

State Representatives: John Graham, Natasha Noethlich, Richard Schriever, James Larson

Darrell Solberg, Ellee Spawn, Peggy Gibson, Joan Wollschlager, Kevin Killer, Paula Hawks 

Ritchie Nordstrom, Patrick Kirschman, Valerie Loudenback, Chris McClure, Carrie Ackerman, Julie Bartling, Dean Schremp

Please give these "working families and union supporters" your consideration on election day. They are fighting for your rights as union members to earn a living wage and the right to a collective bargaining system that is fair for all.

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October 25, 2014
LOCAL 1250 JOB CALLS

 We currently have no calls at this time.  Call Local 1250 for other information. 605-343-0954

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Dakotas Chapter NECA
National IBEW
Dakotas JATC
IBEW Solidarity Ride

 
Life Long Members

 This year we congratulate two IBEW Local Union wireman on achieving milestones of 50 and 60 years respectively for membership in Local Union 1250. Knute Swenson celebrates 50 years and Jerry Snyder celebrates 60 years. Both of these Brothers have enoyed many years of retirement, andwe wish them continued good health for many years to come.
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