On Friday, the CALMC Golf Outing kicked off the Labor Day weekend. Featuring teams from management, labor, and community groups, our 18th annual outing was our biggest ever.
Our winning team represented the Central Ohio Labor Council, AFL-CIO. As usual, the Labor Council team played well, as they are former champions as well as taking home this year’s prize.
During the outing, we recognized Bill McNally, who will be retiring as Director of the Central Ohio Mechanical Contractors’ Association at the end of the year. A former CALMC board member, Bill offered the original suggestion we hold a golf outing. This idea has led to 18 years of labor and management demonstr-
ating cooperation and networking with each other on the course. Just remember, Bill, retirees are always welcome to play in the outing!
In addition to all of the teams who played, we also want to thank our hole sponsors:
- Iron Workers Union, Local 172o
- Road Sprinkler Fitters, Local 669
- Livorno And Arnett Co., LPA
- PERU (Public Employees Representatives Union), Local 5
- Sheet Metal Workers (SMART), Local #24
- Ohio Civil Service Employees Association/AFSCME Local 11
- Plumbers and Pipefitters, Local 189
- Central Ohio Labor Council, AFL-CIO
- United Way of Central Ohio, In Memory of Homer Cordle
We appreciate the continuing support our sponsors show for CALMC.
The sponsorship from the United Way remembered one of their own. Homer Cordle was the Director of Construction and Veterans Affairs for the United Way before his passing last month. A couple of weeks ago we wrote about Homer and the unceasing work he did on behalf of workers, children, and others in need. He will be difficult to replace for all of the organizations with which he worked.
You can see more pictures from the outing on our Facebook page.
Thanks to everyone who played in the outing, sponsored holes, and helped recruit teams to play. Mark the date of August 30, 2019, and join us for our 19th annual outing.