|Issue No 60||30 June 2000|
Email Express to Orange Rally
The Labor Council has organised for a special train to take unions and their members to Orange to support the Email workers in their campaign to save the Orange Plant.
The train is the 3801 and it will leave central at 5.30 am on Thursday the 6th of July with a number of stops to collect passengers along the way. It will arrive in Orange at 11.30am and depart at 2.53 pm. Contact your union for the details and timetable.
A delegation from Email will meet the train and then we will proceed to Cooks Park for a sausage sizzle at 11.45.
There will then be a March down the Summer to Robertson's Park were their will be an address by a number of the email workers and local businesses etc.
The Orange City Council will be providing a sausage sizzle after the address. The Council is 100% behind this campaign. So is local politician Senator, Sue West who is sending an invitation to the Orange Community to support the Email workers and their families by attending the attend the address in Robertson's Park.
There will also be a band Country Express who are a local band and who will provide
entertainment all afternoon.
To register a seat on the Wemail Express contact your union or call Mary yaager at Labor Council on 9264 1691
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