April 16, 2020 - Many neighbourhoods across BC are honouring front line workers, including those in healthcare, with a 7:00 pm display of support. If you’re participating in your community, including families with children who are hanging hearts in windows, on trees, etc., Local 258 IBEW would like you to share your experience with other members and are seeking any videos or photos you’d like to send forward for posting on your Union website. Please send your videos or photos to email@example.com so we can share this community solidarity – and don’t forget to include a caption with details.
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Scarlett and Emerson Sparshu designed and built (with assistance) a large billboard board sized sign in Fort Nelson B.C. to show their support for Essential Service Workers. The sign includes a message of thanks in many different languages and is displayed along the old Alaska Highway where it has received significant positive feedback. Thanks to Brother Ryan Sparshu for sending the photo.
Brother Rob Munro's daughters have been busy decorating the front window in Langley. Thanks to Brother Munro for sending the photo.
Thanks to Brother Greg Fanning for spotting this sign on the fence at Harwood School in Vernon.
Random neighbourhood support in Vernon. Thanks to Brother Greg Fanning for sending the photo.
Sister Lori MacLean's office at the Local 258 IBEW Union Hall.
Sister Nicole Biernaczyk's grandson Caiden helped his mom & dad decorate their front window in a show of support for front line workers.
Brother Jason Pinkenburg, who works as a PLT with BC Hydro in Kamloops, forwarded a photo of his home decorated by his son and daughter showing their family's support for front line workers.
Brother Rob Munro's neighbourhood in Langley.