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2019 Womens History Month Event

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Sadly we mourn the passing of:

Mr. Warren Cook

Brother of William Cook (Bladensburg Elementary)

Laid to rest March 30, 2019 in Axton, VA

Ms. Donna Butler

Sister of Saundra Butler (Suitland High)

Sister of Francis Butler (Eleanor Roosevelt High)


Tuesday April 9, 2019

Pennsylvania Ave Seventh Day Adventist Church

4010 Belt Rd.

Capitol Heights, MD 20743

Viewing 10am-11am

Service 11am

Mr. John Francis Cole Sr.

Father of John Jr., Clarence and Thomas Cole (Plant Operations)


Wednesday April 10, 2019

J.B. Jenkins Funeral Home

7474 Landover Rd.

Landover, MD 20785

Viewing 9:30am-10:30am

Service 10:30am

Interment – Cheltenham Veterans Cemetery




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The promise of America—that if you work hard you and your family can get ahead—is a broken promise for too many Americans.

There are too many poverty-wage jobs with no benefits and irregular hours, and not enough good, union jobs where you and your co-workers can negotiate higher pay and better healthcare coverage. We need more union jobs that provide financial security for families and build thriving communities.

Unfortunately, the Supreme Court is considering a case, Janus v. AFSCME, that would make things even worse, dividing working people and making it more difficult to join together in unions.

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In unity,

Mary Kay Henry

International President



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