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Laid off members wishing

to remain in good standing.

Next Membership Meeting
Saturday October 13 , 2018

10:00 A.M.

Downtown Union Hall

113 E. Charlotte Avenue
Mount Holly, North Carolina 28120



President and Shop Chair Billy Rose has made himself accessible to you, the membership, to answer your questions and concerns.


Periodically letters of interest to the membership will be posted on this site.

The Union Meeting for this


Saturday September 15th


has been canceled.

Special Deal at Westport Golf Club

Mon-Fri $20

Sat-Sun after 12 pm $25

UAW/Freightliner

NEWS

The Bountiful Blessings Food Pantry, Mt Zion Restoration Church in Gastonia, had a great turn out on Friday March 30, 2018. Brother Joe Manning ,church member (Post Chassis), Brother Sam Kistler (Final Cab) and President/Shop Chair Billy Rose helped pass out food for about 3 hours. Joe and his Pastor Rodney Freeman thanked UAW Local 5285 for our monetary donations to help make it possible. 

It is very important for each member to regularly keep in touch with your local UAW office.


To update any address or phone number changes simply fill in the form information by locating the tab in the upper right corner of this page. 


Attend monthly membership meetings the second Saturday of each month. Unless other wise posted on this site.

Staying a member in good standing


Article 16 of the UAW Constitution

​Laid off members are considered to be in good standing for the first six months​.


What to do after that?


Use the address and membership update page each month thereafter.

 

We have been working on a new website to better  inform our members of any news or upcoming events. It also has feeds from the region and international websites. Check it out. Join our new email club on that site to get any valuable information pertaining to your Union. The temporary web address is

https://solidweb2.uaw.org/uaw-local-5285

After we get everything set up the link to this website will direct you to the new one. 

UAW Region 8

Building Our Unions and Protecting Our Communities