Teamsters Local 70 was glad to be invited to participate in the first annual Barbara Lee Birthday Rib Cook-off. Not only did we attend, but we took home the trophy for best ribs! More important than the trophy is our continued presence at these events to remind the lawmakers who make decisions that working people matter.Keep reading
Local 70 members spent a lovely May afternoon talking with students from Mt. Diablo High School about unions, in general—and Teamsters, in particular.
“We talked about the opportunities available for a great career if college was not in their plans,” says Business Agent Rich Fierro.
The group was joined by Local 853 Trustee Mike Fritz, Joint Council 7 Transportation coordinator Ron Valdez, and Local 856 Stewards Ken Olsen and Craig Bartzi who work for the School District.Keep reading
What will you be doing when you retire? Fishing? Playing with the grandkids?
If you’re Earl Randall, a member of Local 70 for 42 years, you’ll be volunteering to help the homeless people in your community, even as you approach age 88.
Earl has a long history with the Teamsters. He was an officer for 13 years, served as a Trustee, was the Warden for Joint Council 7, and worked for the Western Conference of Teamsters for a spell.Keep reading