Welcome To IBEW Local 305 Fort Wayne, IN

 

 

IMPORTANT

SAVE THE DATE!!!


IBEW LOCAL #305, THE QUALITY CONNECTION THE NECA-IBEW HEALTH & WELFARE PLAN PRESENT; ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND FROM 8 AM TO 4 PM

Health Screening... A Health screening is a great tool to - determine your current health status. It is quick and easy - It takes less than 15 minutes to complete.  Cholesterol and diabetes screenings are conducted through one simple finger stick.  Health screenings are free of charge to members, their spouses and adult dependents. The health screening includes the following test:

Total cholesterol, HDL & LDL

Glucode (Blood Sugar)

Triglycerides (Blood fat)

Body weight, body mass index (BMI) and Body Fat %

Waist Circumference

HRA tutorials and coaching

Earn HRA Cash in your account

 

ALSO HAPPENING THROUGHOUT THE DAY:


10:00 AM - Estate Planning by Attorney Aaron Black (Will & Trusts set up information)

11:30 AM - Long Term Health Care Options (By M.M.)

12:30 PM - Financial Planning (Presented by Andy & Owen Wade of Mass Mutual)

 

RSVP TO JULIA AT THE HALL

(260) 484-9714

 

 

 

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  Traveling in railroad boxcars, Henry Miller visited Evansville, Louisville, Indianapolis, Chicago, and Milwaukee, organizing as he worked. Unions were organized in Toledo, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Philadelphia and Duluth. Other small organizations of linemen and wiremen in New York, Denver and on the West Coast were contacted. 

 

 Learn more about the history of the IBEW: Click Here

 

A year later, in September of 1891, the call went out to all those newly organized locals to meet in St. Louis to pull this loose collection of locals into a national union. And on November 21, ten men -- T.J. Finnell from Chicago; F.J. Heizleman from Toledo; E.C. Hartung from Indianapolis; Harry Fisher from Evansville; Henry Miller, J.T. Kelly and William Hedden from St. Louis; and J.C. Sutter, Joseph Berlovitz and James Dorsey representing locals by proxy -- met at what became the First Convention of the National Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. They met for a week and worked out a constitution, adopted a logo, the now-famous clenched fist holding lighting bolts. Miller was elected first Grand President and Kelly first Grand Secretary.