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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

DCEA Offers Volunteer Electrical Work for Black History Month

Message from the District of ColumbiaElectrical Association (DCEA):

In honor of Black History Month, everyweekend, throughout all 8 Wards in D.C., the DCEA will be doing freeelectrical work in our communities. If you or your constituents knowof any churches, senior citizens homes, or recreation centers for childrenin need of small electrical work; such as replacing smoke detectors, exitsigns, light fixtures, wall receptacles (plugs), light fixtures, lightswitches, ceiling fans, fluorescent light tubes, etc., please call us as soonas possible.

The DCEA needs your help finding the placesto do the volunteer electrical work! This is our DCEA annual volunteerelectrical work event; which is apart of our articles of incorporationwithin the District of Columbia. We have done volunteer electrical work forthe Covenant House, SOME, and Catholic Charities, to name a few. All workwill be performed by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)Local Union #26 journeymen and journey women electricians, alongwith supervised electrical apprentices. Please help us to coordinatelocations in all 8 Wards to give back to our communities.

For more information, please contact DCEA at 202-534-6905.

Larry Greenhill, Jr.
District of Columbia Electrical Association(DCEA)
624 Kennedy Street NW, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20011

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