rnAdd worker unrest to the economic problems facing the Gap. Last Sunday, the clothing retailer’s Georgetown store was picketed by local students who are supporting Teamsters who have been on strike against Gap contractor Oak Harbor Freight Lines since last September. The workers struck after the company cut healthcare benefits for workers and retirees. rnrn”People seemed genuinely interested in what was going on,” said the Georgetown Solidarity Committee’s Joe Parker. “It was a very energetic event, and even the manager seemed concerned about the situation with Oak Harbor.”rn- Originally printed in Union City!