Union sets date for charity car and motorcycle show

EVERETT — The annual Bill Baker Memorial Steel & Wheel SuperShow is coming to Everett again this year. The annual show for classic cars, hot rods and motorcycles will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 15 at Machinists Union District Lodge 751‘s Everett Union Hall, 8729 Airport Road. Along with displays of custom … Continue reading

Machinists set date for 2015 charity golf tournament

REDMOND — Machinists Union District Lodge 751’s annual Guide Dogs of America Charity Golf Tournament is coming again to Willows Run Golf Complex. The scramble format tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. July 19 at the course, which is at 10402 Willows Road in Redmond. Registration costs $100, which covers greens … Continue reading

IAM 751 Machinists plan charity sporting clays shoot

PUYALLUP — Machinists Union Local Lodge 751-C will host its third annual sporting clays shoot fundraiser to benefit Guide Dogs of America, with the support of Scott Wealth Management Group. The “Bucks 4 Pups” shoot will be May 2 at the Sumner Sportsmen’s Association, 15711 96th St. E., Puyallup. Club gates will open at 8 … Continue reading

New route planned for 2015 Flight for Sight charity run

EVERETT — Runners in this year’s Flight for Sight fun run and walk will have a new course to challenge them. “The construction at Boeing’s Everett site means that we’ve had to come up with a new route,” said Grace Holland, who is chairwoman of the Women’s Committee at Machinists Union District Lodge 751, which … Continue reading

Aerospace Machinists raise $322,000 for Guide Dogs

SEATTLE — Members of Machinists Union District Lodge 751 raised more than $322,000 for their favorite charity, Guide Dogs of America, this year. The announcement was made by IAM 751 President Jon Holden at the annual Guide Dogs of America charity banquet in Las Vegas, where Holden presented a check for $322,266.50. District 751 remains the No. … Continue reading

Machinists Union charity car show raises $9,300

EVERETT —  Machinists Union members raised more than $9,300 for charity with their annual custom car and motorcycle show. The annual Bill Baker Memorial Steel & Wheel SuperShow attracted more than 50 entries to Machinists Union District Lodge 751′s Everett Union hall on Aug. 9. “We had a really fun family event,” said Les Mullen, the … Continue reading

Aerospace Machinists raise $14,000 for charity at race

KENT – Machinists Union Local Lodge 751-F’s second annual Karting Challenge raised more than $14,000 for charity. The event was held Sept. 6 at PGP Motorsports Park at Pacific Raceways. Twenty teams, each with as many as four drivers, raced for two hours on the 0.9 mile track, hitting speeds up to 50 mph. The … Continue reading

Machinists’ salmon derby reels in $6,770 for charity

WESTPORT, Wash. — The annual Jimmy Darrah Memorial Salmon Derby raised $6,770 for charity. Some 75 participants took part in the July 26 event, which was sponsored by Machinists Union Local Lodge 751-C. The annual derby is held in memory of Jimmy Darrah, a former Local C president and IAM 751 business rep and grievance coordinator, … Continue reading

IAM 751 motorcycle event raises $3,500 for charity

SEATTLE – This summer’s annual Puppy Putt motorcycle ride raised close to $3,500 for charity. The annual ride, which was held July 12, is sponsored by Machinists Union District Lodge 751 and is a fundraiser for Guide Dogs of America. About 40 riders took part. They left from either Sound Harley-Davidson in Marysville, or Northwest Harley-Davidson in … Continue reading

Union charity horseshoes tournament raises $2,000

MAPLE VALLEY — The annual Shoes for Puppies horseshoes tournament raised more than $2,000 for charity. The event, which is sponsored by Machinists Union Local Lodge 751-E, was held Aug. 2 at the Red Dog Saloon. “The folks at the Red Dog were great to work with,” said Local 751-E President Ira Carterman. “Thanks to … Continue reading

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