Send Support to Brother Paul R. Briggette

Two weeks ago, one of our members Paul R. Briggette was badly burned in a house fire. His family asks that you please send him your support in the form of a card to post on his wall. Cards can be sent to: Paul R. Briggette C/O Mass General Hospital 55 Fruit St Ellison...

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Vote Union. Vote by Mail.

We need to elect leaders who will stand with us to keep our Union strong. It's on all of us to do our part and vote to elect candidates who’ll defend our unions, and protect our jobs and families. Get all the details on registration and mail-in/absentee ballots for...

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Fourth of July Holiday Schedule

Brothers and Sisters, Since the Fourth of July falls on a Saturday this year, states throughout New England have established different dates for its observation. These dates may affect your work schedule. Please review work schedules by state below: Massachusetts:...

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SATURDAY: Brother Pelly’s 100th Birthday Celebration

Brothers and Sisters, This weekend, Local 17 members are coming together to surprise our Brother Pelly for his 100th birthday. We're working with his family to plan a drive-by parade to celebrate, with banners and signs for everyone who joins. The parade will be held:...

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TOMORROW: Rhode Island Contract Vote

Brothers and Sisters, This is a reminder that Rhode Island Members will vote on a new proposed contract tomorrow, Friday, June 19, 2020, from 12-2 PM. All voting will take place at the Rhode Island Union Hall, 22 Amflex Drive, Cranston, RI. Voting will still be...

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Rhode Island Negotiations Update

Brothers and Sisters, At Local 17, we're committed to fighting for you and your family. You bring unmatched skill and dedication to the job every day, and your wages should reflect that work and commitment. We're still in negotiations with our SMACNA contractors in...

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TOMORROW: Report to Rhode Island Shops

Brothers and Sisters, Our work in sheet metal makes Rhode Island buildings safer, and sharing the benefits of the state's building boom with workers makes our communities stronger. It's our duty to ensure the next generation of sheet metal workers can afford to stay...

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Rhode Island Contract Update

Brothers and Sisters, We're building Rhode Island's future, and we want our families to be a part of it. We know many of you have been working through this pandemic to meet the demands of the state's recent building boom. At Local 17, we're committed to fighting for...

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SMW17 regularly holds meetings, trainings, and events that better help us serve our membership.
Check the calendar below or call us at
(617) 296-1680 for more information.

Sheet Metal Workers Local 17

1157 Adams Street

Dorchester, MA 02124

(617) 296-1680