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UAW Region 1A 
66th Annual Bowling Tournament

June 26, 2021

Thunder Bowl Lanes
4200 Allen Road
Allen Park, MI  48101

UAW Local 163 - Members speak about UAW - VCAP Program

Local 163 - Text Opt-In Instruction Video

DETROIT - With the stroke of a pen, President Joe Biden today sent a strong message to American workers that our government will do all it can to support buying American products, made here by American workers, recommitting to the men and women of working America. Through today’s order, the Biden Administration commits the vast power of the U.S. government to U.S. citizen made products.

Providing heating assistance to Michigan families Detroit - UAW President Rory L. Gamble has been unanimously elected to serve on the Board of Directors of THAW, The Heat and Warmth Fund, an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, that has been helping to keep Michigan families warm through utility assistance since 1985. THAW provides assistance to vulnerable Michigan residents through 39 agency partners and a series of annual mobile processing events. Since its inception in 1985, THAW has distributed over $190 million in assistance to more than 256,000 Michigan households. Last year, THAW distributed more than $15 million in utility assistance to nearly 18,000 Michigan households, helping families stay warm in the winter and protecting them against water shutoffs.

Barbara Caylor Black

Mother of DDC Employees - Timothy Caylor Dept. 851 & Jody Caylor

Date of Death:  Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Visitation:

Monday, January 25, 2021
R. C. Aleks & Son Funeral Home
1324 Southfield Road
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
(313) 382-7878
2 PM - 7 PM

Funeral Services:

Photo by Detroit News Archives Originally posted on DetroitNews.com By Rory L. Gamble With images of an insurrection at our nation’s Capitol this month, we all are experiencing a nation divided like none of us has ever seen. We are divided by politics. By opinions. By economics. By beliefs. The cause? Well, that is up for debate. What isn’t up for debate is that this is a time to look to — and take heart in — the words of President John F. Kennedy and heed the warning of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. that healing our nation starts with us. Each of us must personally seek to find what unites us and foster that, bond with it, build upon it, so that we can move forward to a better place for us all.