A late 19th century wood brake was graciously donated to the Local 33 Toledo District Hall, and our 5th year apprentices took on the task of refurbishing this old gem. It now adorns our lobby for all to see and admire. Check out the images below!
Poker Run On September 14th, SMART Local 33 Charities hosted the 1st Annual Sheet Metal Workers’ Local 33 Poker Run. Nearly 100 people attended the morning’s festivities, making the Poker Run a great success. Though the Poker Run was a hit, the monumental victory was the $6k+ raised for Camp Mountain Heart. Camp Mountain Heart is a free, week-long camp
He is no longer “Donald Trump.” Now people will be referring to him as “President-elect Donald Trump.” Whether you voted for him or not, whether you are happy with the outcome or not, for the good of our members, families and businesses, we have to hope he succeeds and does it in a professional way, because our livelihoods and our
A change has occurred the Sheet Metal Workers Local 33 Annuity Fund. Fund Trustees opted to change the default option to more accurately reflect the current demographics of Local 33. By doing their due diligence and looking at a demographic study, Trustees felt there were better options available to make it easier for members to better plan for retirement. Members
Former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland made a campaign stop at the Rossford training center in northwest Ohio. He toured the state-of-the-art facility and spoke with second-year apprentices. Strickland saw firsthand how the building trades provide their members with a free education that gives them a pathway to live a middle class lifestyle. Strickland, Cincinnati Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld and Kelli Prather
After years of tireless campaigning, the new Glass City Dog Park is finally set to open this weekend in South Toledo due to some much-needed assistance from several local building trades member unions, including Sheet Metal Workers Local 33. The membership-based canine playground uses 4.4 acres of city-owned property in Woodsdale Park and will be operated by Toledo Unleashed, an
Matt Cherry, a business agent for Sheet Metal Workers Local 33, has replaced D. Michael Collins on the Toledo City Council. The City Council voted 8-3 on Jan. 2 to appoint Cherry, who was selected by the Lucas County Democratic Party to replace Collins (who was elected mayor). Lucas County Democratic Party Chairman Ron Rothenbuler told the Toledo Blade the
Please contact the JATC office to register. The class rosters are formed on a first-call-first-served basis. PHONE: (419) 873-9964 [h5]Platform Lift Training[/h5] This course will be held over two evenings. You will become AWPT certified to operate static vertical, mobile boom, and mobile vertical lifts. • Mon-Wed: April 29th – May 1st Classes will be held from 6:00 pm –