UA Local 38, Plumbers & Pipefitters
San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, Mendocino & Lake Counties
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  • Golf Check
    Updated On: Oct 08, 2019
    Pictured, back row, from left to right, Local 38 Business Agents John Corso and RJ Ferrari, Sister Elizabeth Lee, O.P., Bill Olinger (Director of CWSP) Sister Lilly Fitzpatrick, Organizer Tony Guzzetta, Dr. George Fornero (Principal); Middle: Business Manager Larry Mazzola, Jr., Sister Lisa Ann Martinez, O.P.; and front row, from left to right, Sister Diane Aruda, O.P., Seniors Courtny Nimez, Alyssa Rivera, Stephanie Martinez, Leticia Cottrell, and Jasmine Gloria.

    Local 38 officers made a trip to the ICA Cristo Rey Academy earlier this month to present the Mission neighborhood school with a $25,000 check, the proceeds from the 2019 UA Local 38 Charity Golf Tournament.

         Established in 1883, ICA Cristo Rey Academy is a Dominican Catholic college preparatory that empowers girls from underserved communities to realize their full potential. Originally established as Immaculate Conception Academy (ICA), in 2017 the school changed its full name to include its membership in the Cristo Rey Network.

         Comprised of 37 Catholic college- and career-preparatory schools with 12,000 students across 24 states, the Cristo Rey Network delivers an innovative approach to inner-city education for students from families of limited economic means.

    Changing Charities

         The Local 38 Annual Golf Tournament chooses a different charity each year to receive the proceeds from the tournament. Funds are raised from entry fees, hole sponsorships and contributions from many of Local 38’s friends and supporters. 

         In its first year the Tournament proceeds were donated to the restoration effort for Mission Dolores. Since then charities have ranged from the fight against Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) to funding a high school scoreboard as part of a gymnasium renovation.“This started as a simple golf tournament,” says Local 38 Business Manager Larry Mazzola, Jr., “and has become our largest charity fundraising event. Over the years we have raised more than a million dollars for various local charities throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area.

         “The support we have received from the labor community is a perfect example of labor’s dedication to the larger community,” he continued.

          “I also want to say a special thank you to Local 38’s members for their support of this annual event,” he concluded.


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