UAW Local 450

For more than 45 years, the Family Education Center has been a place where UAW members and their families come together for an experience that combines education with recreation.

The next Stewards Meeting will be held at 8:00 AM and the Regular Meeting at 9:00 AM on Saturday, March 19, 2022 at the Union Hall.

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The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) awarded the $6 billion contract for the next generation of postal vehicles to Oshkosh Defense, a company with a reputation for tough military trucks built with union labor with just a small number of electric vehicles on order.

But instead of using this opportunity to expand quality jobs under a decades-old union contract, the company plans to refurbish a vacant warehouse in another state and build these vehicles without a commitment to union wages or representation.

Let’s Build Back Better and put letter carriers in union-made vehicles that are good for the planet. Add your name and sign the petition if you agree.

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Thank you to everyone who participated in the recent election. The results are as follows:

Recording Secretary = Jill Scott

Trustee = Daren “Double-D” Davis

Election Committee = Stacie (Spaur) Severin, Steve Becker

Shop Committee = Pat Garcia

Pension Board = Travis Drake, Justin Limke, Lance Elmquist



MAR 2022
JILL SCOTT                                    TRAVIS DRAKE
EDITOR                                 UNION HALL                            PRESIDENT
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SATURDAY: Oshkosh Defense Workers, Elected Leaders to Rally Demanding Good Union Jobs for Wisconsin Families Oshkosh Defense slashed hometown jobs in half since 2012 Workers urge company to build USPS vehicles in Wisconsin, create 1,000 local jobs OSHKOSH, WI — Joined by community members and elected leaders outraged by the loss of local jobs, Oshkosh Defense workers with the United Automobile Workers (UAW) Local 578 will rally Saturday at the corporation’s massive headquarters calling for a major investment in good union jobs for Fox Valley families.