Although the fight is far from over, it’s time to celebrate the successes of Organized Labor.

LABOR-DAY
Board of Supervisors Proclamation (Thursday)
The Johnson County Board of Supervisors are doing a Labor Day Proclamation this Thursday at 9:00 am at the Johnson County Administration Building.  Please join to welcome our progressive elected officials as we recognize the achievements of working women and men.
 
Board of Supervisors Labor Day Proclamation
Thursday, September 1st, 9:00 am
County Admin Building
Support Our Local Musicians This Sunday at the Mill (Sunday)
Local musicians help make Johnson County who we are.  Will you come out to support them?
Local Union Musicians Play
Sunday, September 4
3:00 – 7:30 pm
The Mill
Suggested donation – $8.00, Doors open at 2:00, Children under 10 admitted free
 
Labor Day Picnic (Monday)
Where would we be without Organized Labor?  The highest producing workforce in America. Overtime laws.  Workers Comp.  Unemployment benefits.  The ongoing every day fight to maintain standards.  Join us to celebrate our movement.
Labor Day Picnic
Monday September 5
Noon to 4
Upper City Park, Shelter 2
Music and Food
Bring a side dish if you want.  Open to the public.

 

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