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The Santiago Iglesias Educational Society is an Affiliated Club of Local Union #3, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Our goals are to develop an interest in Latinos living in New York, to further an understanding among each member and to aid them in their social, economic and educational development, to join together with other organizations having similar purposes and interests, and to urge the participation of Latinos in their political and social affairs by urging all to exercise the privileges of the right to register and the right to vote, to provide services for information and education regarding our community and to promote education; to protect those members from industrial and economic discrimination and to assist in the social betterment of our community.

November 27 2018

Dear Brothers and Sisters

MEETING LOCATION

This month’s meeting will be held on Thursday, November 30, 2018, in the Balcony Lounge of the Joint Industry Board. The meeting begins at 5:00 p.m. Food and beverages will be served. Business Representative Benjamin Arana will report on what is happening in our industry. President Gil Medina will give his monthly report.

On behalf of the Officers and Board of Directors of the S.I.E.S, we would like to thank everyone who attended the Joan of Arc: Food and Clothing Drive. Activities like these re-affirms our organization’s long-standing commitment to inner-city communities.

Up Coming Event:

This Meeting is our YEARLY Holiday toy-drive. We are asking all who can, to donate a toy for needy children of the Bronx. Toys should not be wrapped and for both boy/girl of ages 4 to 12.

This Meeting is our YEARLY holiday COQUITO MEETING and we will be serving cake and coffee after the meeting

Lastly, we would like to thank everyone for all his or her support in celebrating the organizations 60th anniversary. As everyone can imagine, sixty years is a very long time and in that time the Santiago Iglesias Educational Society has maintained its four core principles of Education, Housing, Jobs, and Justice as focal points for its success. These core principles have allowed the organization to grow; making it the Oldest Existing Latino-based Labor Organization in NYC. We ask that you continue to support our organization.

Thank you,
Gil Medina


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