A WORKSHOP THAT INCLUDED GREAT LEARNING BY FELLOW LOCAL 870 MEMBERS. GREAT FOOD, GREAT FUN, GREAT CAMARADERIE !!
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Several CSEA activists were recognized at the Annual Delegates Meeting for their ongoing efforts to build and strengthen our union.
Receiving this year’s CSEA Mission Achievement Awards were Patricia Casler of the Auburn Correctional Facility Local, Dasie Lockett-Todd, a Erie-Niagara Chapter Representative, VOICE/CSEA Local 100A and Linda Stiefel of the Oswego County Local.
Capital Region Judiciary Local President Scott Gartland was honored with the Membership Achievement Award, while Maria Navarro, president of the Suffolk County Educational Employees Local and local executive board members, received the Nadra Floyd Award. The work of these activists will be profiled in future editions of The Work Force.
Suffolk County Educational Local President Maria Navarro and members of the local’s executive board accept the union’s Nadra Floyd Award for Organizing.
Front row, from left, are CSEA President Danny Donohue, Navarro, Suffolk County Educational Local delegates Stephen Nocella and Victoria Smith. In back row, from left, are Long Island Region President Nick LaMorte, Statewide Membership Committee Chair and CSEA Nassau County Local activist Nancy Ianson, Statewide Treasurer Bill Walsh and Suffolk Educational Employees Local activist Joe Owens.
From left, Suffolk Educational Employees Local activists Stephen Nocella and Victoria Smith celebrate answering a question correctly during a workshop. “CSEA was there when my unit really needed help from our union. So, I’ll be there for CSEA now that corporate interests groups are trying to tear unions down.” — Stephen Nocella, Suffolk County Educational Employees Local and Linderhurst School District Buildings and Grounds Unit.
After 26 years of service we celebrate and give a farewell and many great wishes to our long time member and elected officer Aldo Zucaro.
Your balanced words of wisdom will be sorely missed. Thanks for all your past, present and continued support.
Retirement already looks good on you and your awesome wife Kathy. Two great union activists.
Blessing of Health, prosperity and Happiness in the next chapter of your life.
Suffolk Educational local 870 Open house Info fair was a great success thanks to the over 100 members that attended. The wonderful tasting food and raffles were very much enjoyed, This is a day that gives back to our Local 870 members and we are proud of this event.
Please note that we do this every year in October so please look for future open house dates in 2016. Lunch and hot buffet served all day. Vendors attended with information and promotional gift give aways. We raise money from the raffles to add to the raffle fundraiser at our Annual Conference in March in which we use to give out 4 $1000 scholarships to graduating seniors of Local 870 members.
A great big thank you to all those that participated and congratulations to all the lucky raffle gift winners. Together we enjoyed a wonderful day of union solidarity.