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CHANGE OF OFFICERS

LOCAL 38-398, LARCHMONT, NY-New Address: P.O. Box 129; Mamaroneck, NY 10543

LOCAL 80, CHATTANOOGA, TN-Secretary Hanson, New Tel: 423-629-1136

LOCAL 278, SOUTH BEND, IN-New Secretary Jill Jenks Clark

LOCAL 298, NIAGARA FALLS, ON-New Secretary Ron Alexander; 4703 Queen St.; Niagara Falls, ON

LOCAL 406, MONTREAL, PQ-505 West, René-Levesque Blvd. #900, Montréal, QC H2Z 1Y7

LOCAL 444, JACKSONVILLE, FL-Secretary-Treasurer Richard (Rick) Miller; 2030 Schumacher Ave; Jacksonville, FL 32207; e-mail: atm444@bellsouth.net; office 904-398-9735; cel 904-514-8209

LOCAL 518, KINGSTON, ON-New Fax: 613-767-9278

LOCAL 536, ST. CLOUD, MN-Secretary Eugene Retka; Fax: 320432-0936; Hours: Mon-Fri 84

LOCAL 581, VENTURA, CA-New Address: 2227B Portola Rd.; Ventura, CA 93003

Members and officers can access the List of Locals book online at www.afm.org/member/localsbook.htm. Information changes, such as new local officers, addresses, phone/fax numbers, etc, are updated montly on the AFM website. Officers should send information changes/updates to ofcrchg@afm.org. Change of officers and addresses will continue to be listed here each month.

TAPS

LOCAL 5, DETROIT, MI-Valerie Swartz*

LOCAL 11-637, LOUISVILLE, KY-Richard Washburn*

LOCAL 16, NEWARK, NJ-Alfred L Okulski*, Hymen Bromberg*

LOCAL 18, DULUTH, MN-Charles Lavick

LOCAL 30-73, MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MN-Nicolina F. Campobasso*, Pronny M. Cortes*

LOCAL 40-543, BALTIMORE, MD-Albin Grden*, Leonard Kaplan*, Joseph Kolker*

LOCAL 47, LOS ANGELES, CA-James Costello*, Sanford Green*, Luella Howard*, Marc Levishon, Charles Parlato*, Stephen M. Sykes, Alice B. Young "Hobson"*

LOCAL 52-626, NORWALK, CT-Edwin Richter

LOCAL 60-471, PITTSBURH, PA-Clayton C. (Red) Buchanan*

LOCAL 78, SYRACUSE, NY-W. Edward Mullen*

LOCAL 92, BUFFALO, NY-Angelo Brucklier*

LOCAL 106 - 209, NIAGARA FALLS-TONAWANDA, NY-Herman J. Janus*

LOCAL 149, TORONTO, ON-David Black*, Doug (Dr. Music) Riley

LOCAL 190, WINNIPEG, MB-Leon Isenberg

LOCAL 248, PATERSON, NJ-Isadore Freeman*, Claude Garreau Jr*, Alfred L. Okulski*

LOCAL 278, SOUTH BEND, IN-David Niver, Jr*

LOCAL 283, PENSACOLA, FL-James M. Tucker

LOCAL 308, SANTA BARBARA, CA-Cherie Henry*

LOCAL 390, EDMONTON, ON-Stuart Millman*, Barbara Rosnyk, Lydia Takats

LOCAL 369, LAS VEGAS, NV-Kevin Lawson

LOCAL 547, CALGARY, AB-Robert Day

LOCAL 560, PENDLETON, OR-John Sheelay

LOCAL 630, NEW KENSINGTON, PA-Joseph J. Ruble, Sr*

LOCAL 802, NEW YORK, NY-Angelo Brucklier*, Robert L. Kircher*, Jon Lucien, Salvatore J. Mosca*, George L. Triffon, David A. Uber*

* INDICATES LIFE MEMBER

On the Move.... Orchestras and ensembles wishing to have new appointees listed in the International Musician should send audition results by fax (315-422-3837) or by e-mail (lm@afm.org), subject "On the Move."

HOUSTON SYMPHONY Rian Craypo, Principal Bassoon; Adam Dinitz, English Horn; Assia Dulgerska, Assistant Concertmaster; Allison Garza, Piccolo; Haeri Ju, Section Cello

THE INDIANAPOLIS SYMPHONY Joy Fellows, Associate Principal Viola; Hyun Ok (Michelle) Kang, First Violin; Sherry Hong, First Violin

SPOKANE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Mateusz Wolski, Concertmaster; Matthew Olson, Associate Concertmaster; Esther Olson, Assistant Concertmaster; Amanda Howard, Assistant Principal Second Violin; Ken Wright Section 2nd Violin; Mark Aaron, Section Cello; Patrick McNally, Principal Bass; Alaina Bercilla, Third Flute

Unfair List Policy & Procedures

To make the AFM's International Unfair List an even more effective way to support musicians during primary labor disputes, the International Executive Board recently revised the policy and procedures for placing and maintaining employers on the International Unfair List.

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