Posted September 9, 2015 6:53 pm by Comments

By Justin Stakes

(Left to right) USA Conservation Manager Ty Brown, USA CEO and Executive Director Fred Myers, Utility Workers Local 121 President Danny Seebeck, Tennessee American Water Director of Operations Kevin Rogers and Iron Workers Local 704 Business Manager Sean-Paul Kimball at the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony at Harrison Bay State Park.
(Left to right) USA Conservation Manager Ty Brown, USA CEO and Executive Director Fred Myers, Utility Workers Local 121 President Danny Seebeck, Tennessee American Water Director of Operations Kevin Rogers and Iron Workers Local 704 Business Manager Sean-Paul Kimball at the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony at Harrison Bay State Park.
Union Sportsmen's Alliance
Union Sportsmen’s Alliance

Franklin, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) and Tennessee American Water held a public ribbon cutting ceremony at Harrison Bay State Park Sept. 3, to mark the completion of a new 63-by-18-ft. boat shed built by union volunteers over the summer.

Chattanooga area Building Trades volunteers from Iron Workers Local 704, Utility Workers Local 121, Carpenters Local 74, Insulators Local 46 and Electrical Workers Local 175, as well as volunteers from Communication Workers Local 3802, constructed the shed. Volunteers from the Friends of Harrison Bay put the finishing touches on the project with a little help from a family that visits the park so often, they decided to lend a hand.

“My kids have been using these boats all summer, so we felt it was right to volunteer to help finish the shed,” said like local resident …read more

Source:: AmmoLand

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