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For students graduating this year and planning to attend school in Fall 2020, eligible dependents of BAC Local 1 WA/AK members can apply for the following scholarships:

**UPDATE**

The PRO Act has passed the house of representatives with overwhelming support. Thank you to everyone that did their part and made their voice heard.

**THIS JOB LISTING HAS BEEN CLOSED**

The first semi-annual Union meeting under the new Local has been scheduled for March 14th 2020. Doors will open and check-in begins at 11:00am. Any member wishing to have their membership card stamped up to date may bring it with them to have done.

*Lunch will be provided.

On Saturday December 7th 2019 Bricklayer and Allied Craftworkers Local 1 Washington and Alaska honored members for reaching milestones of 25 and 40 continuous years of service. Also included in the event were a couple recent Apprentice to Journeyperson graduates and the Royal Higbee Apprentice of the Year award.

From:            President Boland

Date:            November 22, 2019

RE:                IRAP Update

If you haven't received a communication from the International Union, please see the correspondence below regarding their new benefits website:

*A version of this was sent via USPS mail

Message from the President: 

Greetings from the new BAC Local 1 of Washington and Alaska. My name is Matthew Bilyeu, I have been a member for 15 years working with many of you in the field. It is a privilege to lead this Local Union as we begin a new chapter in the history of BAC for Western Washington and Alaska.

Dear Brothers & Sisters,

2019 BAC Western States Apprenticeship Contest
June 22nd, 2019 - Honolulu, Hawaii

This past weekend on April 13th, over a hundred people came to show support for the 34 apprentices that competed in Western Washington Masonry Trade’s annual apprenticeship contest. The contest highlighted the hard work and dedication of the apprentices and training center staff showing off the crafts represented by BAC.