Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States celebrated on the first Monday in September to honor and recognize the American labor movement and the work and contributions of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States.
Most of us usually celebrate this day as the unofficial last day of Summer, by spending time with family and friends with outdoor activities, but the meaning of today is to celebrate the American Labor Movement and that goes to all of us, members of this Local and this Association.
We should all be proud as AMFA Union members, that this day is set aside to honor us and our contributions to our employers. Whether you are an Appearance Technician, a Ground Service Technician, a Facility Maintenance Technician, or an AMT, you're all an integral part of this Local and this Association, and this day is specifically set aside to recognize YOU!
To all the membership of AMFA Local 4, I thank you for your services on this day, whether you are on duty or at home with family, please continue to be safe and be well! I would like to remind you all to shop at our on-line store and wear your AMFA Local 4 wear with pride!
Also, I would like to remind you to listen to the AMFA Insider Podcast, hosted by Local 4 very own MDW AMT; Scott Van de Motter, where he has interviews with members who have been an integral part of AMFA and its growth to date. These are available by clicking the "Podcast" link in the header of this website, and they are all available on every podcast platform.
President AMFA Local 4
AMFA Local 4 9624 S. Cicero Ave No. 356 Oak Lawn IL 60453