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The CWA Easter Egg Hunt was a blast!! We wanted to thank all of our members that attended CWA Annual Easter Egg Hunt.

On May 18th the CWA local 6300 hosted a charity golf event at The Old Florissant Golf Club in beautiful Florissant, MO. The tournament started promptly at 11:00 a.m.

On June 5th 2019 at the maryland heights headquarters approximately 100 members joined us to fight the decertification of Dex YP.

Join us at the Labor Day Parade!

We are meeting on Olive and 18th at 7:00 a.m. with plans to start around 9:00 a.m.
The route takes us east on Olive to Tucker then south on Tucker to Market. Then finishing the parade at Market and 15th street. See you there!

We were in attendance at the pride day parade with President Mark Johnson and Keith Robinson. 

I would like to thank everyone that participated in the scholarship award.  We had several participants and it was a difficult decision for the Executive Board to make.  Our winners that were chosen are Ashley Melosci, Nadiyah Dowery and Alyssa Erhart.  We would like to thank everyone for their entries each one was very well done.  We urge everyone that did or did not participate to remember to participate next year. 

President Mark Johnson presented the CWA COPE awards to all members in various level of giving to our COPE program. Each and every person who was recognized this evening deserves our thanks and congratulations.

109th May Day Parade

We will have a group walking in the Annie Malone May Day Parade this Sunday, May 19th. The group will meet in front of Maggie O’Brien’s at 11:45am and walk over to the start of parade, Market and 20th. The parade will end at Market and 7th street.

If you have any questions please call Christine Brame at 314-291-8666.
Thank you and hope to see you on Sunday!

Local 6350 informational picket on the 1 year anniversary of the expired legacy T contract.  We are fighting for job security , wages, health, retirement and education benefits. Support your union brothers and sisters!

Each year, Local 6300 will offer three (3) college scholarships, each for $1,500.00 per school year, $750.00 per semester.

Scholarship eligibility and award criteria are as follows:

This year Woman’s Committee collected and purchased from donations, products for the Diamond Diva Empowerment Foundation.  This foundation assists Woman, Children, Families and Friends affected by domestic violence and dating violence.  They collect every year personal products that can assist the families with items that are needed on an everyday basis.  They also assist with Emergency Shelter referrals and placement, Transitional Housing, Advocacy, Support Groups, Legal/Court advocacy Referrals and Referrals/Personal Resources.  This year their drive ended on February 8, 2019 and in that