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SAG Division Elections Held in Hollywood and New York

Hollywood Division Elects Ned Vaughn 1st Vice President

New York Division Elects Mike Hodge 2nd Vice President

SAG Labor Day Picnic Draws 500-Plus

The Hollywood Holiday Host Committee delivered another crowd-pleasing Labor Day Weekend picnic on September 4 at the Hollywood Bowl.

More than 500 Guild members and their guests joined to celebrate workers’ rights while enjoying a sunny Saturday out at the Camrose Picnic Area. As usual, it was a time to display union pride and for old friends to catch up, and for some to make new friends. National Executive Director David White and Los Angeles City Council Member Tom La Bonge joined Guild committee members and rank and file in saluting working actors. 

Join us at the 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Hollywood Labor Day Picnic

The 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Hollywood Labor Day Picnic
 
When:
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, September 4, 2010

Where: Camrose Picnic Area at The Hollywood Bowl
2101 Highland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA  90068
 
Who: Hollywood SAG members and their guests (please bring paid-up membership card).

SAG National Board Honors Gloria Stuart

Gloria Stuart, one of Screen Actors Guild’s first members and one of the Guild’s first board members has been recognized by the National Board of Screen Actors Guild for her accomplishments and years of service to the union.

SAG Supports California ‘Million Plates’ Campaign

The California Arts Council has come up with a creative way to raise funds in light of ever-increasing budget cuts: make the California Arts license plate tax-deductible. Since the Arts Plate first went on sale in 1994 it has raised over $20 million for California arts through sales and renewals. Now, all fees for the Arts Plate are considered a charitable contribution to the California Arts Council, an extra incentive to support California arts.

SAG Helps Celebrate Tonys, Brian Stokes Mitchell

The Actors Fund held its 14th annual Tony Awards party at the Skirball Center in Los Angeles on June 13, with Broadway superstar Tommy Tune serving as host. SAG President Ken Howard attended the event along with SAG National Board Members Adam Arkin, Jeff Austin, Scott Bakula, L Scott Caldwell and Pamela Reed, as well as SAG Hollywood Executive Director Ilyanne Morden Kichaven and Communications Executive Director Pamela Greenwalt.