Brac Pensioners’ board hoping for good turnout at Aston Rutty Centre event

Organisers at the Public Service Pensions Board (PSPB) are hoping to have over 400 attendees turnout to their appreciation event set to take place on April 24.

The event organizers want to match the success of a similar event held for PSPB retiree members at Pedro St. James about two weeks ago, which attracted around 400 attendees.

In a release sent on Wednesday, the board announced that it had finalised the programme for its April 24th Pensioners’ Appreciation event which will be held at the Aston Rutty Centre.

According to the event’s social committee, speeches will be given by the Deputy Governor Franz Manderson and the Minister for District Administration, Tourism and Transport, Moses Kirkconnell with a vote of thanks from the PSPB’s managing director Jewel Evans Lindsey.

Entertainment will be provided by Brac students as well as music by Brac Fire featuring Peter Dixon and Norman Carter.As well as free health screening and advice booths manned by the Health Services Authority and by the PSPB, attendees can look forward to plenty of spot prizes and give-aways.

PHOTO CAPTION: Attendees at the PSPB’s Pensioners’ Appreciation event earlier this month had a good time.(Credit: Elphina Jones)