Thanks to all who attended the Local Unit Meetings. We learned a lot about what is happening on your nursing units.
Stay tuned for the announcement of the dates and times for more Drop-In Meetings.
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Come help make it what you want it to be.
You are WSNA at Grays Harbor.
Your WSNA Executive Team
Please plan on attending one of the Local Unit meetings scheduled for March 23rd from 5:00pm - 8:00pm in Meeting Room A or March 24th from 7:00am - 9:00am also in Meeting Room A. We need to hear about how things are going on your units. Are you being relieved for your 15 minute breaks and your 30 minute lunch? If you are missing these, how often do you get your breaks and lunches? Remember, WSNA is fighting for you in the legislature with our Uninterrupted Meal & Rest Breaks/Limit Mandatory Overtime Bill. Plan on joining us even if you have only a few minutes to spare.
On Monday, March 23rd from 3:00pm - 5:00pm, we will be having a training session for our new Officers. Margaret Conley, ARNP, WSNA Assistant Director of Labor will be here to teach this class. The officers and anyone else who would like to join us are encouraged to attend and are most welcome.
DON’T FORGET, the Washington State Nurses Convention is being held April 22nd-24th at the Tulalip Convention Center in Tulalip, WA. Your Local Unit is going to sponsor a few of the Local Bargaining Unit nurses’ registration fee and rooms to attend. Think about it, there will be nationally known speakers talking on topics that are of interest to all nurses.
The WSNA Leadership Conference is again being held at Lake Chelan on September 28th-29th. If you want to learn more about how to run a Local Unit, plan to attend this very worthwhile event. There are always lots of things to do and see around the Chelan area if you plan to go early or stay a day or two after the conference. There will also be some help from the local unit with registration fee and rooms for this event.
Plan to attend one of the Local Unit meetings scheduled for either March 23rd or 24th.
See you there - Your Local Unit Officers
Help elect candidates who support nursing!