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Laborers' local 1191 2023 labor day celebration
On monday, September 4, 2023, Laborers' local 1191 will be participating in detroit's annual labor day parade. if you wish to participate in the parade, please plan to arrive at the parade starting point, located at michigan & sixth st. between 8:00am and 8:30am. Laborers' local 1191 will have limited seating and transportation for any member wishing to participate that is unable to walk the parade. please contact the local union to reserve a seat.
the parade will begin at 9:00am, marching west roughly 3,000 feet and will end at dean savage park, located at michigan & 17th st., setting the stage for the labor day celebration program.
following the annual labor day parade, local 1191 will have its annual Labor day family celebration in the union hall parking lot, located at 2161 w. grand blvd., detroit, mi 48208 from 11:00am until 4:00pm. members are permitted to only bring immediate family members to this event.
additional parking will be available in the parking lot behind detroit collegiate preparatory high school at northwestern, located at 2200 w. grand blvd., detroit, mi 48208 and in the empty lot on the corner of lawton street near the rio gran motel, located on w. grand bvld.
please note: there will be no alcoholic beverages provided or permitted to be consumed in the parking areas for this event or on the event premises.
the officers of local 1191 look forward to seeing you all there!
--mike aaron, business manager
Laborers’ Local Union 1191 is committed to protecting and improving the quality and security of our members’ working conditions and personal lives through pro-active representation, effective political action, and open communication, supported by education and training programs designed to empower Union members.
In all activities, Laborers’ Local Union 1191 will strive to uphold the democratic process of decision making and participation by the members.
Our wages and benefits are under attack by our own state house & state senate. So if you have never been politically active, now is the time to start!!! Call your state rep. & state senator and tell them you do not agree with either of these bills and hope that they would vote against them. Call 517-373-2400 tell them where you live and they will connect you with them. Help protect our wages & benefits call today.
We hold many important events and meetings throughout the year, including monthly membership meetings, retiree council meetings, our annual Labor Day parade, annual mid-state meeting, and more! For more information or to RSVP, take a look at our Events page.
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