With a portion of our Christmas party ticket sales and individual donations from our members through our annual drive, matched with $1000 from our general fund; on behalf of all the members of Teamsters Local 267, we were able to make a donation of $2225 to the Larimer County Food Bank on December 22.
Those in need appreciate what Local 267 tries to do over the Christmas holidays ever year. Thank all of you who donated and to those of you who helped collect the funds.
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Today, the United States of America represented by the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York entered into an agreement with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters whereby in consideration of its terms and conditions the United States of America upon order from the court will dismiss its action against the International Brotherhood of Teamsters sounding in provisions of the Racketeer Influence and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, 18 U.S.C. Section 1964 and will thereby extinguish the consent order of March 14, 1989.
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While we seemed to have been in a perpetual state of negotiations over the last 6 months; the business of the local went on, including the processing of our college scholarship programs. We are proud to announce this years award recipients:
Local 267 Scholarship of $1000: Natalie Tanner, (daughter of Tom Tanner); Justine Keblesh, (daughter of Jerry Keblesh); and Megan Lipe, (daughter of Karleen Murphy).
AB/Brewery Conference of Teamsters Scholarship of $1000: Sophie Griggs, (daughter of Fred Griggs); Natalie Tanner, (daughter of Tom Tanner); Justine Keblesh, (daughter of Jerry Keblesh); and Megan Lipe, (daughter of Karleen Murphy).
Congratulations to all our award recipients for all their hard work and to all our members who are surely very proud of them. Howie