Ironworkers Southern Ohio & Vicinity District Council

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SCHOLARSHIP FUND


The Iron Workers District Council of Southern Ohio and Vicinity Scholarship Fund will help sons and daughters of Ironworkers to attend college. The sons and daughters of Ironworkers will compete each year for six (6) scholarships in the amount of $1000.00 each.




IRON WORKERS DISTRICT COUNCIL OF SOUTHERN OHIO AND VICINITY SCHOLARSHIP FUND

2017 AWARDS

Scholarship Winners

$1000.00 Each


Anna L. Hamilton – Daughter of Thurman R. Hamilton, a Member of Iron Workers Local Union No. 44, Cincinnati, Ohio


Brice C. Odel – Son of Elijah S. Odel, a Member of Iron Workers Local Union No. 172, Columbus, Ohio


Sara L. Quinton – Daughter of Mark E. Quinton, a Member of Iron Workers Local Union No. 70, Louisville, Kentucky


Mackenzie K. Slade – Daughter of Billy J. Slade, a Member of Iron Workers Local Union No. 290, Dayton, Ohio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maria A. Thoms – Daughter of Philip L. Thoms II, a Member of Iron Workers Local Union No. 44, Cincinnati, Ohio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reign P. VanVoorhis – Son of James W. Gambill, a Member of Iron Workers Local Union No. 290, Dayton, Ohio

I would also just like to thank you for selecting me as the recipient of your scholarship this year. Your philanthropy is greatly appreciated.

Thank You,

Reign VanVoorhis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Your rights on the job

While you may have legal rights, they don't automatically protect you. You must enforce those rights, and the only meaningful way to do that is through the labor organization of your craft. It is only when you join together with those who are in the same situation as you are, when you join a union, that you have the collective wisdom and economic strength to enforce all of these laws.