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On January 28th, 2021, Local 833 held the 1st ever in-plant/drive thru Brat Fry. We can't thank everyone that supported us enough. It was an amazing turn out.

On January 25, 2020, President Tayloe presented Sheboygan Area CAP Council President, Tom Stoelb, with the Sheboygan Area CAP Council Lifetime Achievment Award.

Throughout the year, Local 833 active and retired members participate in the Local's raffles. Most the money raised, goes towards scholarships.

Fighting for the middle class! UAW National CAP Conference was held in Washington D.C., Feb. 2-5, 2020. Delegates: Tim Tayloe, Julie Caldwell, Shawn Lehmann, Jamie Caldwell & Bob Lafave, (Local 1472) had the opportunity to talk with WI Senator Tammy Baldwin & the aid to House of Representative, Jim Sensenbrenner, Jr.

On March 2, 2019 we held our annual Casino Night. On May 18th we were very excited to give 8 local charities the profits of that night. Each charity listed received $1,500. Those charities are: Sheboygan K-9 Unit, Salvation Army, Safe Harbor, Samaritains Hand, Sharon Richardson, Gathering Place, Meals on Wheels, & Veterans' Service Office. Casino Night is our biggest fund raising event of the year. If you are a regular or have never been, please join us next year on March 7. 

Brothers and Sisters, On Monday, we celebrate the great sacrifices and life-changing contributions of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. His vision was one of inclusion, of nonviolence, of respecting the rights of each and every one of us and championing the fact that we are all Americans.
In this issue: Welcome Home PFC Ellis Solidarity Around the Globe ZF Joins the UAW And more!
My Sisters and Brothers, I want to begin this first message of 2022 with a deep sentiment of gratitude for our union and for all the hard work, dedication, and fortitude our UAW family showed this past year. We had many challenges to face together, and I watched this membership rise to each one of them and support one another, as we always do.

“On behalf of the entire UAW, our thoughts and prayers go out to Curtis Templeman’s family and his John Deere Des Moines Works coworkers. Curtis worked tirelessly on behalf of our members while displaying great character and leadership as he earned the highest respect from the Deere negotiating team.”

On November 11, people across the country will take a moment to honor our military veterans, who have sacrificed their time -- and many their lives -- by serving in the United States Armed Forces. In addition to their brave actions, defending our country and others, these men and women are a valuable resource to the entire labor movement. The UAW has a long history of supporting and recognizing the men and women in our military and their families.