Mass. Hospital School hosts its first ‘MNA Day’
From the Massachusetts Nurse Newsletter
June/July 2011 Edition
|Regina Kennedy, “MNA Day” event co-coordinator and unit secretary.|
MNA members at the Massachusetts Hospital School in Canton were treated to an afternoon of food, festivities and fantastic giveaways as part of their first-ever “MNA Day.”
“MNA Days” are mini-events held at MNA bargaining units to educate members about the union, encourage them to utilize the union’s services and thank them for the good work they do as nurses and health care professionals.
More than 60 percent of the Mass Hospital School’s bargaining unit participated in the May 18 event and dozens of prizes were given away as part of the festivities, including a Garmin navigational system, a set of luggage and numerous creatively-designed gift baskets.
For details on how to host an “MNA Day” at your facility, contact your bargaining unit chairperson.
|Kennedy with MNA president Donna Kelly-Williams.||JoAnne Whynot-Butler, chairperson.|