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  Welcome to NALC Branch 241

Branch 241 Letter Carriers

  We had our last Branch 241 meeting on Sept 10th.  We had a good turnout for the meeting with having 15 members.  The Branch is looking for 2 individuals who are interested withing the Union which are a Vice President and an alternate Shop Stewart.  If interest please see Tim C or myself.  Our next branch meeting wil be held on Oct 8th. 

Tim Perkins
Secretary / Treasurer / Shop Stewart

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