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PLP hosts ‘loving relationships’ forum and a party

The Opposition Progressive Labour Party is hosting two events this week — a forum on “achieving loving relationships” and a thank you party.

The party is billing the forum, which takes place today between 6 and 9pm at the Bermuda Industrial Union, as an opportunity for women to “participate in an open and frank discussion addressing everyday issues relevant to everyday women in Bermuda”.

Forum panellists are Susan Ademar, psychologists, family therapist Latisha Lister and counsellors Saadia Bean, Dean Smith and Lorrie Peniston.

The PLP’s "Thank You Party", on Saturday, will also be held at the BIU from 6pm until midnight.The party will be “an opportunity to meet and mingle with the current party leadership, Members of Parliament, party officers and the general membership.

"We thought it would be appropriate to have an event to show our gratitude and appreciation to the many workers who advocated for and on behalf of the Progressive Labour Party. We have dedicated, committed and amazing supporters, and this is one way of saying thank you", Party Leader Marc Bean said in a press release issued yesterday.

Both events are free of charge and include refreshments.

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Published February 06, 2013 at 8:00 am (Updated February 05, 2013 at 10:48 pm)

PLP hosts ‘loving relationships’ forum and a party

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