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Welcome to the official website of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 197 in Bloomington, IL. 

I.B.E.W. Local 197
2407 Beich Rd
Bloomington, IL 61705 
Phone: (309) 827-4868

Fax: (309) 827-0197


 On Wednesday March 4- 6:30 pm, at the Laborers Hall there is a Candidates Night.  We have local elections in April for School Boards, Normal Town Council, and Bloomington City Council.  This will be a forum where the canididates will be asked questions that effect working families.  We encourage you to show up to become informed on what the candidates think about issues that pertain to our livelihood.

NEED OSHA 10?--The trend in the construction idustry is if you haven't taken OSHA 10 in the last 3 years it's time to renew.  Make yourself more employable,  job calls around the US are requiring this.  It is FREE--NO CHARGE

Friday, March 13 5:00-9:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 14 7:00 am till done

Call the BNJATC to sign up.  829-9819

Want some facts on RIGHT TO WORK ... Download Right to Work Fact Sheet.docx

 

Thanks to all who came out to the Retiree Workshop.  We had a great turnout and a lot of good information was discussed.

 

 

 

Congratulations to all of the members who received service pins.  Kelly Gorman 40yrs, William Pershall 45 yrs,  Derek Bauer 20 yrs, Justin Powell 10 yrs, Bob Vesper 15 yrs, Shawn Dehaven 20 yrs, Russell Roberts 40 yrs, Dan Uhlir 40 yrs, Tom Bunn 10 yrs, Matt Alsman 20 yrs, Chad Morris 15 yrs.

Check out our Photos By Clicking Here!!!  Thanks to all our members and their families who came out to celebrate Labor Day!  We hope everyone had fun and we look forward to building on the turnout in years to come.  

  •  EASTER SEALS WALK WITH ME EVENT at the CORN CRIB

 

  • Dennis Nolan and Ken McLean volunteered their time lighting up the Labrynth House which is a local charity getting females who have been in the criminal justice system back to everyday life.  Tom Willan, Don Armstrong, and Rich Jagodzinski have also been helping.  Luke Brown employed by Heartland Electric has been on site as well.

 

  •  Construction Career Fair Day 2014.  Explaining to local kids the benefits of being in an apprenticeship. 

  

  • 3 Styles of Camo T-shirts to choose-$15 each

 

 


 

 

  • We have partnered with UA 99 on some advertising for the Corn Belters.  Check out our commercial.

 

 

"Only a fool would deprive working men and women of the right to join the union of their choice."

 

-Dwight D. Eisenhower