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DOT State L/M Meeting

MSEA Headquarters 5 Community Drive, 3rd Floor, Augusta, ME, United States
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MSEA Visibility Days

Maine State House, Augusta

Join us at the State House on session days in May to advocate for fixing the 2011 pension cuts and closing the state employee pay gap (and other key issues!)
We will meet at the benches just past State House security/the metal detector. If you're unable to join us right on time, you can meet us on the third floor of the State House!
Here’s the signup/information link for that: https://forms.gle/vkPGrBhaRf2XAv367
Please reach out to Beth at beth.white@mseaseiu.com or 207-624-0628 with any questions.

Recurring

MSEA Visibility Days

Maine State House, Augusta

Join us at the State House on session days in May to advocate for fixing the 2011 pension cuts and closing the state employee pay gap (and other key issues!)
We will meet at the benches just past State House security/the metal detector. If you're unable to join us right on time, you can meet us on the third floor of the State House!
Here’s the signup/information link for that: https://forms.gle/vkPGrBhaRf2XAv367
Please reach out to Beth at beth.white@mseaseiu.com or 207-624-0628 with any questions.

Cumberland Chapter Meeting

Oishi Japanese Restaurant & Bar 285 US Route 1, Scarborough, Maine

Dear Cumberland Chapter Brothers and Sisters,
Please be advised that the Cumberland County Chapter of MSEA-SEIU will be meeting at 6pm June 13 at Oishi Japanese Restaurant and Bar, 285 US Route 1 Scarborough, (https://oishirestaurantme.com/). Topics will be contract negotiations and Board updates.
I look forward to see everybody next week.
In Solidarity,
Brian H. Tuttle
Cumberland Chapter President

Recurring

MSEA Visibility Days

Maine State House, Augusta

Join us at the State House on session days in May to advocate for fixing the 2011 pension cuts and closing the state employee pay gap (and other key issues!)
We will meet at the benches just past State House security/the metal detector. If you're unable to join us right on time, you can meet us on the third floor of the State House!
Here’s the signup/information link for that: https://forms.gle/vkPGrBhaRf2XAv367
Please reach out to Beth at beth.white@mseaseiu.com or 207-624-0628 with any questions.

Recurring

MSEA Visibility Days

Maine State House, Augusta

Join us at the State House on session days in May to advocate for fixing the 2011 pension cuts and closing the state employee pay gap (and other key issues!)
We will meet at the benches just past State House security/the metal detector. If you're unable to join us right on time, you can meet us on the third floor of the State House!
Here’s the signup/information link for that: https://forms.gle/vkPGrBhaRf2XAv367
Please reach out to Beth at beth.white@mseaseiu.com or 207-624-0628 with any questions.

Recurring

MSEA Visibility Days

Maine State House, Augusta

Join us at the State House on session days in May to advocate for fixing the 2011 pension cuts and closing the state employee pay gap (and other key issues!)
We will meet at the benches just past State House security/the metal detector. If you're unable to join us right on time, you can meet us on the third floor of the State House!
Here’s the signup/information link for that: https://forms.gle/vkPGrBhaRf2XAv367
Please reach out to Beth at beth.white@mseaseiu.com or 207-624-0628 with any questions.

Recurring

MSEA Visibility Days

Maine State House, Augusta

Join us at the State House on session days in May to advocate for fixing the 2011 pension cuts and closing the state employee pay gap (and other key issues!)
We will meet at the benches just past State House security/the metal detector. If you're unable to join us right on time, you can meet us on the third floor of the State House!
Here’s the signup/information link for that: https://forms.gle/vkPGrBhaRf2XAv367
Please reach out to Beth at beth.white@mseaseiu.com or 207-624-0628 with any questions.

Recurring

MSEA Visibility Days

Maine State House, Augusta

Join us at the State House on session days in May to advocate for fixing the 2011 pension cuts and closing the state employee pay gap (and other key issues!)
We will meet at the benches just past State House security/the metal detector. If you're unable to join us right on time, you can meet us on the third floor of the State House!
Here’s the signup/information link for that: https://forms.gle/vkPGrBhaRf2XAv367
Please reach out to Beth at beth.white@mseaseiu.com or 207-624-0628 with any questions.

Capitol Western Chapter Food Drive

CAPITOL WESTERN CHAPTER
Kick off Summer
Fighting Hunger
to benefit the Augusta Food Bank
June 22 to July 22, 2023
MSEA-SEIU Capitol Western Chapter members are
collecting non-perishable food.
All non-perishable items accepted.
Most wanted items include peanut butter, canned
fruit, canned baked beans, and jams and jellies.
Drop-off locations and contacts:
41 Anthony Ave (Dave Projansky & Mark Brunton)
35 Anthony Ave (Kevin Russell & Pam Davis)
2 Anthony Ave (Kevin Russell)
109 Capitol St. (Paula Casoria & Cindy Oakes)
422 Civic Center Dr. (Jayne Tracy)

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