DATE: August 29, 2018
Cost: $26.00 per ticket
(Limited to 2 tickets per member)
- We will be meeting at the Audubon Acme at 5:00 pm in the parking lot. Free food and non-alcoholic beverages will be available.
- Members will responsible for their own transportation to the game. Cost of parking at the stadium will be reimbursed as long as you have at least 4 people in your vehicle and a receipt is provided to Local 1360.
- If you are interested, please contact Greg Quagliatio at the Union office at 1-888-937-1360 , ext. #309.
We will be purchasing a limited number of tickets so please call to secure your tickets as soon as possible . First come, first served!
Each spring, the United States House of Representatives sponsor a nation-wide high school arts competition called “The Artistic Discovery Contest.”
This competition is a wonderful way to encourage national artistic talent, and allows us to high light local talent in New Jersey’s 1st Congressional District.
The contest is open to all high school students residing in the 1st District. The District’s overall winner will have his or her artwork displayed in the U.S. Capitol for a year. The exhibit in Washington will contain artwork from contest winners across the country.
For more details please visit : https://norcross.house.gov/services/art-competition
UFCW members can use this benefit to learn a foreign language for free online and at their own pace. All lessons are self-guided.
This member benefit can be used to learn Spanish, French, German, English, and/or Mandarin.
If you are interested in using this benefit, please complete and submit the form on this page. It may take a few days to verify your UFCW membership. However, once confirmed, you’ll receive an email that explains how to login and begin taking free online foreign language lessons.
At this time, this benefit is only available to UFCW members and retirees.
Visit http://www.ufcw.org/members/language/ for more information.
UFCW members can now take General Equivalency Diploma (GED) classes for free through Essential GED.
To get started, please visit www.ufcw.org/ged and complete the inquiry form.
Once you complete the online form, it may take a few days to verify your UFCW membership. However, once confirmed, you will receive an email that explains how to login to and begin taking free GED classes.
This GED program offers a customized learning plan, so that you will be able to successfully prepare yourself to pass the GED test, regardless of when you last went to school.
This program also allows you to study at your own pace—classes are designed to fit your schedule and the program can be completed from your phone or tablet.
We created this benefit because our members told us they wanted us to provide more educational opportunities. We hope this program can help you build the better life you have earned and deserve.
Thank you for being a member of the UFCW union family.
On top of the great benefits you get as a UFCW member, did you know you can now also save money on anything from child care to medical devices to household appliances?
The Scholarship Fund of UFCW Local 1360 is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 academic year! Deadline: All applications and required documentation must be post marked by April 30, 2018.
In order to qualify for a UFCW Local 1360 scholarship award, you must be a high school graduate planning to continue your education at a college or technical, trade, vocational, or beauty school. In addition, you must be either a Local 1360 member in good standing yourself, or the spouse or dependent child of a member in good standing.
UFCW 1360 Scholarship Application
Did you know the leather for every single NFL football, including the ones that will be used in Sunday’s Super Bowl, is crafted in Chicago by members of UFCW Local 1546 at the Horween Leather Company? The hard-working men and women of Horween have been making the leather for every official National Football League ball since the early 1940s. Almost every leather football you see — Wilson, Spalding, Nike, Rawlings, Adidas — began its journey to the field in the hands of a UFCW Local 1546 member.