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The NEW YORK CITY DISTRICT COUNCIL RETIREE'S
CARPENTER GUILD

December 21, 2018 Holiday Meeting Update

December 21, 2018, Holiday Party / Meeting

Please join us at our annual Holiday Party/Meeting On December 21, 2018.  As per past practice, in coordination with The Fraternal Order of Woodworkers, we will be getting together on the third floor at 4:30 , The Playwright, 202 W 49th St, New York, NY 10019. There will be raffles, refreshments, food and music to  usher in the 2018 Holiday Season. All are welcome and we encourage members to bring in a used woodworking tool in good condition we can present to Apprentices. We look forward to seeing you continuing uniting 

Brothers and Sisters in our Union.

 Please note that this event will take the place of the December 12, 2018 scheduled meeting.


About Us

A Brief History

The New York City District Council Retiree’s Guild was chartered in September, 2015. The Guild represents nine local unions in the five boroughs of New York City. The Retiree’s Carpenters Guild (RCG) invites all eligible retirees to join the Guild and enjoy the various events throughout the year.
The object of the Club is to promote the common interests of retirees from the United Brotherhood of Carpenters of America by initiating and implementing educational, community, and social activities of interests to its membership. 

New York City District Council Retiree’s Guild Officers

President – Bill Walsh 

Vice President – John Diaz 

Recording Secretary – Marc Rodriguez 

Secretary/ Treasurer – Walter Clayton 

Trustee – Robert Ramirez 

​Warden - Mark Tessar

Communications - Elliot Wengersky

Maintaining Ties and Apprentice Mentoring

The Guild exists to foster and maintain ties among us, keep informed of policies affecting our well-being, provide a communication channel with the New York City District Council, and offer interesting social and recreational activities. Over numerous years of service, our members have learned what makes this Union great, shared their knowledge and experience so apprentices could learn the 

proud trade of Union Carpentry. 

Generations of Carpenters passing on tradition constructing New York City’s buildings and infrastructure. We will always be grateful to those who served before us and look forward 

to passing on our tradition. 

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There are so many ways to support our mission. Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and ways to get our message to your friends and family.

NYC DISTRICT COUNCIL RETIREE'S CARPENTER GUILD

(646) 247-4380