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May 15, 2014

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Picket lines up at United Church Naramata Centre

NARAMATA- Members of CUPE 608 are on the picket lines today, following yesterday’s rejection of the employer’s final offer.  Long-term and loyal employees are on strike to say no to the United Church Centre’s proposal to contract out key service areas, including food and beverage, and grounds maintenance.

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