Local 659 Members @ PP&L along w/ PP&L PAC Women and VETRN ERG Teamed up
VETRN & PAC Women Deliver $2500 To Elderly Vets in the Albany Area
Jmn LEA Jody Shipman received his $1,000 incentive
Jed Southwell (Aptc Wmn) received his $250 incentive for referring Jmn Wmn Coty Gottlieb
Hayes Van De Hey manning LU 659 & IBEW booth at the 2019 Bullmania
Brian Cray receiving his $1,000 sign on incentive
Chester Riddle, Adam Lee and Mike Johnson took the Obligation at the Medford Unit Meeting
We would like to welcome brother John Gist to IBEW local 659!
2019 Membership Developement Conference Don M., Mark & Taneal N., Brian S., Jeff A. and Mike S.
Matt Halleman, Craig Woods, Paul Waddington, and Josh Montez
Leaving our Mark
Matt Halleman, EWEB, Journeyman Meterman
2019 Golf & Softball LU 125 Charity Tournament
Remodel is done... Come check it out!
2019 Linemans Rodeo with Jim Louder
Tom Lane Pre-Apprentice Overall 1st Place Lineman's Rodeo 2019
Brandon Roberts receiving his $1000 bonus for joining IBEW
Justin Humphreys (Aptc Wireman) and Brandon Roberts (Jmn Wmn) talking their obligation.
Chris McPherson joined LU659 last fall and is appreciating the friendships and benefits of the Union
Thank you Ryan Smith racing for supporting our great Local! Ryan is a Journeyman Wireman, PEC.
2019 Local Union 659 Union Picnic and Bounce House Fun for the kids
Games for all ages
The littles just wanted to play in the hay.
Mom, look what I found!
LU 659 Merchandise and Raffle Tent
Thank Lane County Unit for hosting a wonderful picnic
LU 659 members & Staff supporting our Brothers and Sisters at the City of Canyonville!
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed from 12:00-1:00 for lunch
COVID-19 Update: Governor to Allow Non Emergency Medical Procedures
Posted On: Apr 28, 2020
On April 23rd, 2020 Governor Brown held a press conference announcing that the delay of ‘non-urgent’ medical procedures (Executive Order 20-10) will be lifted on May 1st. This will include dental and medical procedures, as long as a provider meets COVID-19 safety criteria. The Governor made clear that the State will resume these procedures cautiously, and may need to slow down again should there be negative impacts. There is still an urgent focus on ensuring adequate healthcare capacity for COVID-19, but for now procedures will be able to resume.