Please click here and read how an IBEW 29 officer and his wife played a big part in helping a young boy from Alabama have his wish of visiting a nuclear power plant come true. It is amazing what can happen when you take the time and think of someone else and what you can do for them to make their life happier. Acts of caring like this, is what makes the IBEW and this Local so special, I would tell them thanks, but I am sure just seeing the pictures of how happy the boy was, is more meaningful than any words I could say. If you have a chance to help someone in any way, take the time and do it, you will be rewarded by knowing you made life a little bit better for someone else, it's a great feeling.
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