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      JC25 Women's Committee 2020 Scholarship
      The Teamsters Women's Conference has provided timely, topic-specific webinars that they hope are helpful to you. While they do not take the place of the yearly in-person conference, it is an opportunity to hear from Teamster Sisters as well as experts in fields that affect us.
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      Due to the Pandemic, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer will not be hosting their annual walk at Soldier Field this year. However, the Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women's Committee will be walking together on Saturday, October 17th at 10:00 a.m. at Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve in Darian Illinois in support of the fight against Breast cancer.
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      Making Strides is going Virtual!! In place of a walk at Soldier Field this year, ACS Making Strides Against Breast Cancer has created a variety of ways to have fun this October while supporting the fight against breast cancer. Teamsters Women’s Committee will be participating in several ways: 1.
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      October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and once again the Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women's Committee has teamed up with the American Cancer Society's "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer' to help find a cure.  

      Other than skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women.  

      Each year in the United States, more than 250,000 women get breast cancer and 42,000 women die from the disease.  

      2020 has been a powerful reminder that we are all in this together. With your support, we can show every woman that has been inflicted with this disease that her life is important. By working together, we can inspire hope and become a force for good to get her access to the care she needs. 

      To join our team please go to ;

       

       

       
       
       

      Early in-person voting for the November election starts today in Illinois, with the exception of Cook County and Chicago.  Polls open at select locations in DuPage, Kankakee, Lake, McHenry and Will counties starting at 8 a.m.  In Chicago, early voting will start Oct. 1 at the city’s Loop supersite. Ward polling sites open on Oct. 14.
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      Teamsters JC 25 Women's Committee Third Quarter Meeting, Sept 19, 2020 at 6 pm via Zoom. 

      "Girls Night Quarantine Bingo"

      Girlfriends can get you through anything in life—especially during quarantine. With the help of a little tech and a lot of sisterhood, Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women's Committee will be hosting a Girls check- in , featuring Virtual Bingo Night, Saturday September 19, 2020, 6 pm via Zoom. 

      So, gather up girls in your comfy clothes, your cutest hat, mix your favorite drink and join us for a fun night of virtual Bingo! You'll have a chance to catch up with your Teamster Sisters and also win a little cash!  Two Bingo Cards will be sent to you upon registration.

      Any current member who makes a donation to our team at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk, Soldier Field, will receive and extra bingo card.

      To donate to our MSABC team  go to;

      http://main.acsevents.org/goto/teamstersjointcouncil25womenscommittee

      To register for Virtual Bingo go to eventbrite;

      https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jc25-womens-committee-ladies-virtual-bingo-night-third-quarter-meeting-tickets-119533332415 

      **This is a free event for members only.

      **Advance Registration is required

      **This will serve as our Third Quarter Meeting

      For more information contact;

      Tracy Reed

      773-220-9893

      women@teamstersjc25.com

      In recent months, many have already been feeling uncertain and anxious, first due to the pandemic and now because of the nationwide unrest surrounding the death of George Floyd. Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee invites you to a Zoom Meeting on Saturday June 13, 2020 at 11:00 am, as we discuss.
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      To our Supporters,

      We are deeply saddened to inform you that the Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee’s 8th Annual Scholarship Gala and Dinner Dance scheduled for April 4, 2020 has been postponed. 

      As you are aware, in hopes of lessening the spread of COVID-19, Illinois has been mandated by Governor Pritzker to “shelter in place, until April 7, 2020.

      While we are saddened to announce the postponement of the event, we are proud to announce the Teamster Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee’s 2020 Scholarship winners.

      1st place: Shante Needham, Local 743

      2nd place: Latonya Goodson, Local 777

      3rd place: Melissa Castillo, Local 743

      4th place: Briana Gulley, Local 777

      5th place: Krystal Mumphery, Local 743

      We are optimistic we will be able to reschedule the event later this year, and we will inform you of the date as soon as we can.

      Again, on behalf of the Executive Board and Members of the Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee, we thank you for your continued support of the Women’s Committee. Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks about a new date for our 8th Annual Scholarship Gala. – we can’t wait to celebrate with you.                                                                       

      If you have any questions or concerns, please contact President Tracy Reed-Bowers at 773-220-9893 or email  at women@teamsterjc25.com

      Teamsters Joint Council No. 25 Women’s Committee donated over 16,000 personal hygiene products to the Chicago Period Project at the First Quarter Membership Meeting on Saturday February 15th. Women’s Committee members rotated in groups of ten to help sort out the of thousands of donations.

      The Chicago Period Project is a non-profit organization that seeks to empower homeless and in-need people to experience their periods with dignity, by providing free menstrual supplies to organizations like shelters, community centers and Chicago Public Schools.

      The non-profit organization was brought to the attention of the Women’s Committee’s Executive Board by Local 727 Executive Board member Caleen Carter-Patton. “It’s really great to help people who don’t have access to these supplies and even if they do it’s really expensive so being able to give to other women who need it is so important,” said Carter-Patton.

      Several affiliates helped to make the donation drive a huge success; Joint Council No. 25, Local 743, TNBC, Local 710, Local 727 and Teamster shops that held individual donation drives.  Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee President Reed-Bowers expressed her gratitude to Local 743 President Simmons-Peterson for hosting the event.  “This was the first membership meeting that I resided over as president of the Women’s Committee and I was so proud to have it at my home local.” Reed said. “It was the perfect location and I would like to extend my gratitude to President Simmons for her hospitality. I would also like to thank the Women’s Committee Executive Board for their efforts with pulling this event together. Working with such a great group of women makes my job so much easier,” President Reed said.

      To learn more about the Chicago Period Project go to https://www.chicagoperiodproject.org

      The Second Quarter Meeting is scheduled for May 6, 2020, 6p.m. at Local 710 in Mokena, IL.

      Teamsters Joint Council No. 25 has endorsed several pro-labor candidates for the upcoming Primary Election that will be conducted on March 17, 2020. Click the button below to download copies of the endorsement list.
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      At the  November 2019  Executive Board Meeting, the Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee board unanimously voted to elect Tracy Reed-Bowers President, Lesley Tuton Secretary Treasurer, and Lisa Beecher Recording Secretary for the 2020-2022 term.
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      In an effort to streamline the renewal process, we encourage members to renew their memberships in January of each year.

      To renew, download the membership form here and return it to the Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women's Committee office.  You can also renew by clicking on the Pay Pal link on the homepage. 


      Download: Teamster JC25WC Membership form-2020.pdf
      Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee is proud to announce it’s 2020 Scholarship! Each year, Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee awards 5 scholarships to Teamster Women who demonstrate the desire to excel and reach their educational goals. The scholarships are valued from $1,000-$2,500.
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      Join Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee and the Chicago Period Project for Teamster Women Gives Back -Empowering those in need, at the  First Quarter Membership Meeting,  Saturday February 15, 2020 from 10 am until 12:30 pm, at Teamsters Local 743, 4620 South Tripp Ave, Chicago, IL.

      The Chicago Period Project empowers homeless women and women in need to experience their periods with dignity and respect.

      The grassroots organization distributes pads, tampons, underwear and other critical supplies to homeless shelters, schools and crisis support networks throughout the Chicagoland area.

      The Chicago Period Projects goal is for the 29 percent of people living below the poverty line to have healthy periods and to bring awareness about this issue.

      HOW YOU CAN HELP:

      We ask you to bring any of the below items as a donation:

      Flushable wipes, Hand Sanitizer, Pads, Tampons, Underwear, Hand/Face Wipes, Toilet Paper, Menstrual Cups, Incontinence underwear, water.

      You may view the CPP Amazon Wish List here:

      If you wish to conduct a donation drive at your work site you may download an event flyer here.

      To arrange a pickup you may contact:

      Tracy Reed

      01reed01@gmail.com

      773-220-9893

        

      Happy New Year!

      Please mark your calendar for the Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee First Quarter Membership Meeting which will be held on Saturday February 15, 2020. The meeting will be held from 10:00 am until 12:30 pm. at Teamsters Local 743, located at 4620 South Tripp, Chicago IL, 60632.

      The Committee is teaming up with the Chicago Period Project, a non-profit organization that looks to empower homeless women throughout Chicago, by providing them with feminine hygiene products and allow them to experience their periods with dignity and respect.

      We are seeking donations of feminine hygiene products, women underwear, disposable wipes, hand sanitizer etc. You may view the complete list of products on Amazon/Chicago Period Project Wish List. 

      This will be your first chance to enter the raffle to win airfare and accommodations to the 2020 Teamsters Women’s Conference that will be held in September in Las Vegas, Nevada. The winner and alternate will be drawn at our Second Quarter Membership Meeting that will be held in the Spring.

      *Winner need not be present. You must be a current member of the Women’s Committee to be eligible for the raffle.

      For questions or more information please contact Tracy Reed 773-220-9398

      Here’s wishing you a promising and fulfilling New Year!

      Come join the Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women's Committee  for an afternoon of fun, food,  bowling and charity.

      The JC25 Women's Committee will be hosting a bowling party on Saturday November 9, 2019 from 2pm-5 pm at Pinstripes Bistro and Bowling. Located at 7 Oakbrook Center Mall, Oakbrook IL, 60523. Tickets are $20

      The Women's Committee will be collecting hats, scarves and gloves to distribute to women and children who do not have these simple things to keep them warm this winter. Items must be new or unused.

      Tickets must be purchased prior to the event.

      You may purchase tickets via PayPal by using the link on the website.

      Or you may contact: Tracy Reed (773) 220-9893 01reed01@gmail.com

      There’s Still Time to Register & Help Teamsters Joint Council 25 Women's Committee and Local 743 Make Strides Against Breast Cancer!

                                     

      The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk is just 5 days away!

      Join  Joint Council 25 Women’s Committee on Saturday, October 19th at Soldier Field Stadium Green as we come together and help support the fight against breast cancer. Joint Council Women in partnership with Teamsters Local 743 will be the Pink Chair Sponsor at this years walk.

      You can register for the walk, join our team or donate by clicking here.

      Getting there:

      Thinking about using public transportation to get to the walk? Wondering where to park your car? Click here for travel and parking information to Soldier Field -Stadium Green, 1410 S. Museum Campus Drive, Chicago, IL

      SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

      8:00 a.m.             Registration/Check in Begins, Tents Open

      8:30 a.m.             Welcome/Event Announcements 9:15 a.m.          Survivor Photo

      9:20 a.m.             Opening Ceremony w/Roz Varon and Judy Hsu 9:25 a.m.                Survivor Speaker

      9:30 a.m.             Sponsor Speaker

      9:40 a.m.             Zumba warm up begins with UCM 9:50 a.m.        Survivors head to start line

      9:55 a.m.             Walkers head to start line 10:00 a.m.      Walk Starts

      11:00 a.m.           Welcome back first wave of walkers 11:15 a.m.  Walkers return

      11:35 a.m. – 12:00pm     Rolling closing ceremony

      12:00 p.m.          Final Fundraising Amount and Closing Remarks 12:05 p.m.           

      Dress for the weather—we will walk rain or shine!

      Keep an eye out for the Joint Council 25 tent!

      Can’t wait to see you there!

      Members with questions should contact Tracy Reed at (773) 220-9893 01reed01@gmail.com

      Are you attending the 2019 Teamster Women's Conference September 15-17th in Montreal, Quebec?

      If you are a member of the Women's Committee, please contact your local Women's Committee's Executive Board representative to make sure you receive your lapel pins to trade at the conference. 

      Or you may contact;

      President, Diahann Goode (312) 735-5738

      Secretary Treasurer, Tracy Reed (773) 220-9893

       

      Last year, JC25 Women’s Committee in partnership with Teamsters Local 743 raised over $13,000 dollars for the American Cancer Society’s 2018 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walks. 

      This year the Women's Committee and Local 743 will again join forces and has committed to be the popular Pink Chair Sponsor at the Soldier Field Walk which will be held Saturday October 19, 2019.

      The American Cancer Society's, Making Strides Walks event is a noncompetitive 3 to 5-mile walk that brings people together to make a difference for everyone who has been touched by breast cancer. The events raise money to fund innovative research, provide free information and support, and to help people reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it's most treatable.

      We're excited to build on last year's success of raising over $13,000 to fund breast cancer research. 'The dedication and commitment of our walkers knows no limits. We certain that we can successfully meet this year's goal, building on the momentum from last year’s walk.

      For more information, to donate or join the our team, click on the pink links. 


      Download: A-Z FundraisingTips.pdf , ACS 1-2-3 Facebook Fundraising Flyer.pdf , Making Strides fundraiser_squares.pdf
      TIME TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP!! In an effort to streamline the membership renewal process, we are asking members to renew their membership at the beginning of each year. You have several options to renew.
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