Welcome to the IBEW 10th District

The 10th District of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is comprised of proud union members in sixty-one Local Unions in Arkansas, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Each Local is part of one of the most progressive unions in existence, the IBEW, representing some 750,000 members in the United States and Canada


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Through the USA’s Work Boots on the Ground program, IBEW Local 429 veterans, Electrical Workers Minority Caucus, and sisters and brothers volunteered their time this fall to rewire a horse.  “I was truly amazed at what BrightStone and the USA are working on to help provide adults with special needs with a community, support, and a place to call home,” said IBEW Local 429 President/Assistant Business Manager Kim Sansom, who coordinated volunteers with the help of Local 429 Treasurer Joel Brauchi and Lineman Organizer Keith Howard. “I’m so thankful for my IBEW Sisters and Brothers for taking the time to come out on their day off or giving up overtime on a Saturday to help with the equestrian therapy facility. We all come together to do what we need to do to help, we have fun, we work hard, and we make new friends. That’s what it’s all about.”   The USA has plans to work with the Nashville Building Trades on additional projects at BrightStone’s 140-acre “Land of Dreams” to enable its residents and students to fully enjoy the property’s outdoor recreational opportunities.    Fall-Winter 2020 Union Sportmen's Alliance Journal - Click to View