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Connecticut Carpenters Local #24 proudly represents some of the most highly trained and hardest working men and women in the Nutmeg State. We strive to make a positive difference not only in the lives of our members but also in the communities where we reside and work. We are a 100% voluntary union that believes a living wage & good working conditions benefit everyone by strengthening the middle class which, in turns, helps to keep our local and national economies prosperous.


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OSHA10

An OSHA10 class will be held in the NEW LONDON HALL on April 27th and 28th from 5:00pm to 10:00pm.  Please call the New London Hall 860-442-6655 or Apprenticeship and Training 203-284-1362 to register for this class. This is a TWO DAY class. All participants must attend both sessions.




Local 24's 2016 Summer Picnic At....

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June 25, 2016

Local 24 is hosting a summer picnic for its members and family on June 25th 2016 at Lake Compounce (Bristol, CT). We invite you to come enjoy a fun-filled day at New England’s Family Theme & Water Park!

The park will open at 11:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M.

 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Lunch
 12:00 (noon) – 2:30 P.M
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Tickets include

Park Admission, Unlimited use of all Rides, Shows and Attractions (except the SKY COASTER), Crocodile Cove – Connecticut’s Biggest Water Park, Free Unlimited Soda, and Free Parking.

Ticket Prices:

Local 24 will subsidize a portion of each ticket cost for members who are in GOODSTANDING
as follows:

$14.00-member
$24.00-1st guest
$34.00-2nd guest
Additional tickets $44.00 each person
FREE for Children under 3

Ticket price for members NOT in GOODSTANDING at the time of the event:
$44.00 each


Please Respond By
JUNE 6, 2016
(203)-265-6242
Checks, Money Orders, and Credit Cards will be accepted
(Preferably Credit Card)



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The collapse in the financial market is finally behind us. We are currently securing jobs throughout the state and we are on the right track to putting our members back to work.  Representatives and Officers of the Carpenters Union are working hard campaigning to be a positive force for economic change in America and we still need your help. As a union member, you have a voice and the ability to make a difference in your trade as well as in your local communities. The Union Participation Program (UPP) has proven to be successful in getting our members involved. It’s been great to see such a presence at so many events across the state, and it is making a difference!  Please continue to let your voice be heard and stay active. Stay involved! 

Being a union member not only enables you to make a decent wage and provide important benefits for yourself and your family, such as medical care and a comfortable retirement, but it also ensures your human right to work with dignity and respect. Representatives of the Carpenters Union are trained to represent you and protect your rights, your health and your safety on the job.

The Carpenters Union encourages all members to be masters of their crafts. As such, all of our valued members are able to consistently renew and enhance their skills through the apprentice training program and journeyman upgrading classes.

We encourage you to get involved with your local union, attend meetings and get to know your union representatives, so that you can play an active role in moving our country forward.

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Connecticut Carpenters Local 24 encompasses much of Southeastern, Central, and Western Connecticut. Click Here to see our complete listing of towns. Please feel free to Contact Us at any time.




   
   
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