Chris Habecker, IBEW 1245’s long-time recording secretary and one of our brightest lights, died June 30 of a recently-diagnosed illness. Her service to the union, her loyalty to the cause of labor, and her irrepressible good cheer made Chris a good friend to many and a sister to all.
Hosted by IBEW 1245's Central Valley Organizing Committee, this fun-filled event will take place on July 11th at 6pm at Smyrna Park in Ceres. All the proceeds will go to benefit Ceres Recreation.
From threats to our generation jobs to microgrids and the rise of new industry players, Business Manager Tom Dalzell gives a comprehensive overview of what we’re up against – and how we’re fighting back.
The registration deadline is July 1st.
56 organizing stewards heard from two veterans of the fight for workers’ rights: Congressman George Miller and Culinary Workers Union President D. Taylor.
Gas crews sent the dirt flying in a spirited competition to see which PG&E employees will represent IBEW 1245 at the National Gas Rodeo in Colorado Springs this August. The winning four-person team, Los Jefes, from left: Miguel Loza, Adam Kotko, Sam Barraza and Eman.
This pilot program brought together 54 PG&E workers hired in early 2014 to immerse them for a few hours in what IBEW 1245 is all about.
IBEW Local 1245 is expecting great things from Lonnie Stephenson, the man who becomes the new International President of the IBEW on June 1.
109 bowlers descended on Country Club Lanes at this year's Sacramento Charity Bowl on May 9.
IBEW 1245 showed its deep bench at the Power Lineworkers Rodeo when multiple teams and apprentices from Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Modesto Irrigation District, and the City of Roseville took top awards.
Her award-winning essay examines the wealth gap that is plaguing our economy.
Clear blue skies and mild weather provided a perfect climate for the IBEW 1245 line clearance tree trimmers’ soccer tournament at Alan Witt Community Park in Fairfield on Saturday, May 9th.