American Labor Museum Hosts Annual Sol Stetin Awards Gala
Haledon, NJ - The American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark proudly announces that it will present the 2018 Sol Stetin Awards to J. David Cox, President of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), AFL-CIO and Bob McDevitt, President of UNITE/HERE Local 54. Special Recognition Awards will be presented to Bob Alesandro, International Masonry Institute, Local 4 and to Isa and Alia Suqi, Nextwave Web.
The American Labor Museum hosts its 36th Annual Sol Stetin Awards Gala on Thursday, November 15th, 2018 at The Tides Estate of North Haledon, New Jersey starting at 6:30PM.
The Sol Stetin Awards Gala is a major fundraiser for the American Labor Museum. The Awards are named for Mr. Stetin who was the former president of the Textile Workers Union of America and a founder of the Museum. The Awards' honorees have made outstanding contributions toward improving the lives of working people.
The Awards Gala is open to the general public. Tickets at a cost of $125. per person are available by calling the Museum at (973) 595-7953 or by emailing the Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org. A Commemorative Journal will record the names of individuals, businesses and organizations who make donations to the Museum. A Silent Auction will be featured at the Gala, offering an additional opportunity to support the Museum and take home terrific gifts, artwork, and collectibles.
The American Labor Museum is housed in the Botto House National Landmark in Haledon, New Jersey. The Botto House was the site of rallies for the eight-hour day during the Paterson Silk Strike of 1913. It was declared a United States Historic Landmark in 1982 in recognition of its role in the effort to end child labor and secure improved working conditions.
The Museum offers tours of restored period rooms, Old World Gardens, changing exhibits on labor and immigrants, and presents educational programs and monthly cultural events. Visiting hours are Wed.-Sat. 1-4PM or by appointment.
For further information, contact the Museum at (973) 595-7953 Monday - Friday 9AM-5PM, visit www.labormuseum.net or email email@example.com.