Benefits Reminder

Make sure you elect your health benefits by this Friday, December 4th. If you have the HSA plan you still need to select your seeded HSA (600 for single or 1200 for family)  even if you aren’t changing anything from last year. Otherwise you will automatically be enrolled into the HSA account with no seed money. Go to to enroll in your benefits. The deadline for declaration of benefits is December 4th, 2020. If you have any further questions please call the GDBIW service center at 1-888-432-3633.

Eric Jabbusch Benefit Show

Hi everyone, a benefit has been organized for Eric Jabbusch to help show support to him and his family during this tough time. #jabbuschstrong

About this Event
The benefit will have many great raffles, food, drinks and a good time. We look forward to seeing you while you show support for our friend Eric!

Eric Jabbusch from Turner, ME was injured in a work accident less than 2 months ago. He was just released from the rehab center down in Boston to continue rehab and recovery from home. He is still wheelchair bound from a crushed pelvis, is healing from broken ribs, a broken collarbone and sadly has lost his vision due to the accident. Eric has a very positive outlook that is continuing to drive him forward in his recovery. Please continue to pray for Eric. Thank you all in advance for your support. ♥

Tickets to this event are $35 and include food entry and live music. Buy tickets online at

Several side raffles and other fundrasing efforts are underway online at and will also be held during the live event as well

Buy Tickets to this outdoor event (max 100 people capacity) online at

All covid guidelines for large gatherings will be observed and in affect. Please respoect these mandates as we work hard to raise money for Eric and keep everyone safe in the process. To read the covid guidelines for large gatherings go to

October 4 @ 12:00 pm – 04:00 pm



Thank You Salty Boyz Food Truck!

Brothers and Sisters,

Local S6 is truly humbled by the recent support we have been receiving from the community and Maine at large. We would like to extend a special thank you to Salty Boyz Food Truck. These fine people came and fed over 100 of our members on the picket line at no expense to the Local or our members. The co-owners of Highbrow Medical Marijuana financed the entire operation. As former Telecommunications of American Union workers themselves, they understand the need for solidarity and simply wanted to give us some support. The food was incredible and very much appreciated.

You can learn more about Highbrow on their website:

You can learn more about Salty Boyz on their website: 

In Solidarity, Local S6 Leadership