|LOCAL 8-957 Morgantown, WV|
Local 8-957 Women of Steel Backpack Drive for Christian Help
Local 8-957 Women of Steel collected and delivered over 400 backpacks to Christian help to support our local area children in need. We would like to thank the membership for their donations and thank all those who participated in this event.Read more >>>
HELP US BRIGHTEN SOMEONES DAY !!!
Attention Everyone: You're all invited to join Local 8-957 WOMEN OF STEEL in visiting a nursing home near Mylan for Easter.Read more >>>
Women of Steel Purse Collection for RDVIC
Local 8-957 Women of Steel collected and delivered over 40 purses filled with needed items like hair brushes, deodarant, tooth paste, tooth brushes, and a variety of other personal care items to the Rape and Doemestic Violence Center and to Christian Help. We would like to thank the membership for their donations and thank all those who participated in this event. photo
USW Local 8-957 WOS makes surprise Easter visit to Mapleshire Nursing Home.
We were greated by 90 + residents who enjoyed visiting with the members of WOS. Also present were kids and dogs !
The seeds of kindness you plant today will one day bloom in the hearts you touch...Read more >>>
2014 Agenda ...
Members of the United Steelworkers Local 8-957 Women of Steel donated over 100 backpacks for Christian Help and volunteered on distribution day. Families lined the street in downtown Morgantown to wait their turn to pick out clothing items and backpacks filled with school supplies.photo
Women of Steel would like to thank the membership of local 8-957 for their support by purchasing candy bars in the cafeteria. Over 700 children from Marion, Monongalia and Preston Counties received backpacks and were very thankful for our help.
Your continued support will help us fund the Toys for Tots and Nursing Home projects.Read more >>>
We would like to recognize the Women of Steel for all the hard work and effort that went into the Food Drive. This was a great success and we would like to thank the membership in supporting this function and for all the donations that were given. The donations were donated to the Raymond Wolfe Center of Preston County and were greatly appreciated. Read more >>>
IN HONOR OF EARTH DAY 2012 – OVER 25 DONATED EASTERN RED BUD TREES WERE PLANTED AT THE WV BOTANIC GARDEN BY THE WOMEN OF STEEL ... see photos
The Women of Steel held the Regional Women of Steel meeting at the Ramada Inn on March 24, 2012. Several Locals from District 8 participated in the training and it was a very productive time. Several members from the West Virginia Legislature attended and spoke. Those members included House of Delegates members Linda Longstreth (D-Marion - District 43), Barbara Evans Fleischauer (D – Monongalia – District 44) and Charlene Marshall (D – Monongalia – District 44). Ronnie Watson from USW Rapid Response also attended and gave a presentation on the ongoing events for Rapid Response. We thank everyone who participated. See photos
We would like to commend all those who participated in the Women of Steels collection for the US Troops. They collected and mailed over 130 lbs of supplies overseas to support our troops abroad. This is a great cause and our Women of Steel have once again done a tremendous job. We thank everyone who participated... See photos
Report from Carla Shultz... I want to take this opportunity to thank the union membership for allowing me to attend this years Health Safety and Environment Conference last week in Pittsburgh. Over 1400 attendees from the US and Canada were in attendance. Its sponsored by our union USW, The CWA (Communication workers of America) with the assistance of the Tony Mazzocchi center which is a project of the Steelworkers and CWA and the Labor Institute. Read more >>>
Women of Steel & Human Rights Committee
Women of Steel and Human Rights Committee held a meeting on Saturday January 28, 2012 to plan the Agenda for 2012.
Women of Steel Regional Meeting ... USW Local 8-957 will be hosting The Women of Steel & Human Rights Committee Regional Meeting on February 23, 2013 at Ramada Inn. Read more >>>
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