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From: IATSE Local 636 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I basically need People
to load in 18th and 19th and load out on the 23rd the following: coil
cables for audio and break down audio towers. We have video wall that will
need assembled and disassembled. Carpentry work is all over the place
ranging from putting up fence scrim to building ikea furniture for locker
rooms to constructing camera platforms and painting. We also cover all the
graphics in the stadium for major league sponsors.
league classic event converts historic Bowman field to Major league specs
for two teams to play against each other on ESPN. The event is an out door
stadium environment. Show day is the 22nd.
18th and 19th 8am calls.
23rd 9am call.
Everyone is required to have hard hats, hi vis
and steel toe boots.
I am reaching out to you because I am short
hands on August 18th, 19th and 23rd for the MLB Little League Classic in
Williamsport Pa at Bowman Field.
Can you please ask your membership if
anyone is available and have them email or call me? Iatse636@gmail.com or
Calls are primarily Audio/Video Wall/ and Carpentry work.
8 hour days, starting at 8 am on the 18th and 19th. 9 am on the 23rd.
Call your Senators and tell them we’ve waited long enough for adequate
COVID-19 relief, and therefore they MUST vote to pass the American Rescue
The American Rescue Plan Act would provide relief to
entertainment workers who remain out of work through no fault of their own
and economic support until a safe return to work is possible, while also
beginning to set the stage for the recovery of our industry.
here, or dial 844-351-5733 to call your Senator and demand they pass the
American Rescue Plan Act as soon as possible.
This historic rescue
package goes beyond partisan politics, as it provides benefits and
programs entertainment workers’ families need:
federal weekly unemployment supplement to $400 and extends the COVID-19
unemployment programs through the end of August Provides an 85% subsidy
of COBRA premiums through the end of September, so that members who have
not yet returned to work can remain on multiemployer health plans
Provides direct payments of $1,400 for those making less than $75,000/yr,
based on 2019 or 2020 taxes (depending on whether you’ve filed 2020 taxes)
Appropriates $135 million in emergency supplemental funding for the
National Endowment for the Arts and an additional $1.25 billion for the
Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Program (Save Our Stages)
IATSE Lauds House Passage of American Rescue Plan Act, Urges Swift Senate
Action — IATSE Cares
It’s been almost a year since IATSE members
and allies sent over 100,000 letters to Congress to ensure entertainment
workers were included in the CARES Act. When we act together, we make our
voices heard loud and clear by Congress.
Call 844-351-5733 (or
click here) and tell your senators: Vote YES and pass the American Rescue
P.S. We made it easy
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Good Morning Brothers and Sisters,
The Pennsylvania Pandemic
Unemployment Assistance site for gig workers is now up and running.
Sisters, Brothers, Kin—
As you know, the COVID-19 virus poses a
significant risk to many of our members who are older, disabled, or
immunocompromised. Additionally, many of our members are caretakers of
others who fall into the at-risk category, and they simply cannot risk
going to the store to get what they need.
If that sounds like you,
we wanted to let you know that we’ve created a system to have trusted
IATSE volunteers help get you what you need, like groceries or
The service is free, but is available on an
as-needed, as available basis for members. That means that we need to
confirm one of our 2,000 volunteers is in your area. Still, our goal is to
successfully respond to each member in need request within 72 hours.
If you are a member in need, please click here to learn more about the
IATSE C.A.R.E.S. delivery service.
Additionally, we encourage everyone to help make members who are less
internet-savvy aware of this program, and even input requests for them on
the iatsecares.org website IF ASKED TO DO SO.
The IATSE C.A.R.E.S. Task Force
Brothers and Sisters,
Follow the Stimulus package and the details
as they are working on approval. Last I checked "gig" workers and free
lancers are included and could supply 4 months of unemployment benefits. I
will not be much help to answer any questions but hope this helps.
New IATSE Corona
Virus Update Portal
Per President McGovern, effective 10/31/2018, Local
98 will no longer be accepting Transfers from other Locals, until such
time a complete review of the transfer process has been completed and
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
being sought for the Local 98 HEALTHCARE/RETIREMENT Committee.
**NOTE**: If interested in becoming a member of the HEALTHCARE/RETIREMENT
Committee please contact Chairman Shane Lower below at:
Fraternally, Ted Weimer, Secretary Local 98
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