50 Years Strong and More Vital Than Ever: Join us for our Cushing-Gavin Awards Dinner on December 2nd

On Monday night, students, faculty, friends, and family gathered at The Labor Guild to celebrate the graduation of students in our 128th Guild School Term. In a time of so much uncertainty in our country, we joined for a night of inspiration, celebration, and song.

We were reminded, in the words of our graduation speaker George Noel, Business Manager at OPEIU Local 6, that “We are not alone […] We have issues, but we also have brothers and sisters out there in other groups that have similar issues. We have to focus on the common ground. We have to focus on what binds us together. And if we do that, if we take what we’ve learned here at the Guild, and take that back not just to the jobs sites but into the community, we can be successful.”

The 50th Annual Cushing-Gavin Awards Dinner is a time to realize that we are not alone. It is an opportunity to come together as a Labor-Management Community and celebrate our strength. As we honor four exemplary members of the Labor-Management Community, we also look toward the future successes we can and will build together.

Over the coming days, we’ll be reaching out via email and sharing social media updates about CGA and the wonderful individuals we are honoring at this year’s awards dinner: Fran Boudrow, Heat & Frost Insulators Local 6; Glenn Kingsbury, Executive Director National Electrical Contractors of America (NECA Boston); Michael Felsen, Regional Solicitor, US Department of Labor; and Susan F. Horwitz, Esq., Sandulli Grace.

We hope that you will join us in building excitement and energy in the lead up to December 2nd, and, most importantly, that you celebrate with us at CGA.

With many blessings and thanks,
The Labor Guild Team

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