From the
President’s Desk

Hello Brothers and Sisters,

I trust this message finds you well. Over the past couple of months, our activities have been quite extensive, from making plans for the year to our recent trip to DC, which proved to be a significant highlight. Despite the cool and rainy weather, our local group had an impressive outcome with 23 meetings out of a potential 35, along with cold calls.
Our Regional Vice Presidents are gearing up for their annual trips to various airports, starting with Utah at the end of March. RVP Tanja Fowler, accompanied by National Organizer Eileen Garcia, will be visiting each airport. Stay tuned for the schedule, and we will send out fliers to keep you informed.
In other news, Denver’s new checkpoint opened in early February, and, as expected with change, there are some growing pains. We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this transition. Your Colorado RVP Adam Givens, along with myself, will be meeting with local management and will bring forward concerns from the Officers to assist with the transition and to ensure transparency. 
Anything going on where you are? Would you like to recognize a fellow AFGE Union member for something special, please send the information and a picture to your RVP for inclusion in our local newsletter.

Thank you all for the amazing job you do and your commitment.

Best regards,

Rebecca Wolf

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