West Virginia School Service Personnel Association To Celebrate 50 Years and Governor’s Proclamation
Charleston, W.V. – The West Virginia School Service Personnel Association (WVSSPA) is celebrating 50 years with an invitation-only birthday reception at the Embassy Suites Hotel at 7:30 in the evening on Friday May 1, 2015. Over 200 guests are expected, including founder Kenneth Legg, and WVSSPA delegates from around the state. During the celebration, a staff member from the Office of the Governor will be proclaiming September 25, 2015, as West Virginia School Service Personnel Day. The celebration will continue with the annual spring assembly on Saturday May 2, 2015. Service personnel will cover various topics including legislative updates, PEIA changes and member mobilization.
Marmet, W.V. – Today the West Virginia School Service Personnel Association (WVSSPA) President, Linda Thompson, and Executive Director, Joe White, made a generous donation to the Union Mission food drive held at the Kroger’s location in Marmet, W.Va. Along with the donation, Joe White went on-air to announce his challenge to WVSSPA members to extend the same generosity. “It is a pleasure to help, we are here to make a donation and to challenge our members to do the same,” White explained. “We have close to 800 members in Kanawha County and we want to challenge each of our members to make a donation and help fill up this truck with food,” White continued.