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Green Bay Unions Lend a Hand with 'Bells of Organized Labor' and 'Blanketing Brown County'

Photo of UA members Len Boknevitz (left) and Glen Fay, courtesy of Renee Wadle

The Greater Green Bay (Wis.) Labor Council participates in two community service drives each year. Volunteers like Plumbers and Pipe Fitters (UA) members Len Boknevitz and Glen Fay (pictured, left to right) will engage in about 260 to 280 hours of bell-ringing for the Salvation Army as part of the "Bells of Organized Labor" event.

Kicking off Jan. 8, the "Blanketing Brown County" drive will collect blankets for needy families in the area.

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