Federal Superannuates National Association (FSNA)

Federal Superannuates National Association (FSNA)

September 06, 2012 14:25 ET

Media Advisory: FSNA Hosts Meet and Greet to Honour Members of the Canadian Forces, RCMP and Public Servants Who Volunteered During 9/11 and Those Who Lost Their Lives

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA--(Marketwire - Sept. 6, 2012) - The National Board of Directors of the National Association of Federal Retirees (FSNA) will host a Meet & Greet reception in Winnipeg. Members of the community have been invited to attend and join FSNA in recognizing the men and women of the Canadian Forces, RCMP and public service who volunteered during 9/11 and those who lost their lives.

Dr. Ellen Judd, distinguished professor at the University of Manitoba, will remember Dr. Christine Egan, a victim of 9/11 who dedicated her life and nursing career to caring for residents in Canada far north. FSNA will honour its members and the men and women who volunteered in the aftermath of 9/11 with a presentation to the Christine Egan Memorial Scholarship fund.

Date: September 11, 2012
Time: 6:00 pm (CT)
Location: Clarion Hotel
1445 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Speakers: Hon. Steven Fletcher, Minister of State (Transport) Government of Canada
Dr. Ellen Judd, distinguished professor at the University of Manitoba
Hélian Lizotte, FSNA National President

FSNA is the largest and most influential national advocacy organization representing federal retirees - their partners and survivors - from the Public Service, Canadian Forces, the RCMP and federally appointed judges. It is a not-for-profit volunteer association with more than 177,000 members in 84 branches across Canada, including 7,800 members in Manitoba. FSNA's mission is to protect and enhance its members' pensions, health and dental insurance benefits and seniors' benefits in general.

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