BPSU: 65 years of solidarity
Bermuda Public Services Union will celebrate its 65th anniversary with a banquet at the Fairmont Southampton on Saturday, May 27.
The union wants to show its appreciation to all former presidents, executives, general officers, trustees and members since it started as the Bermuda Civil Services Association in 1952.
It said: “The BPSU’s ability to adapt and confront the challenges and obstacles over the past decades while upholding the tenets of trade unionism is a testament to the steadfast resilience that has enabled our members to foster our resolve for a better Bermuda.
“It is imperative we recognise that over the many years of our existence there is an enduring lesson to be learnt about the benefits of union membership. With 65 years behind us, it is equally important that we begin to prepare for the 65 years ahead.”
The event begins at 7pm. Tickets, priced $100 per person, are available at the Secretariat.
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