Photos: PLP’s 50th Annual Founders Day Event

February 20, 2013 | 3 Comments

On Sunday, February 17th, the Progressive Labour Party celebrated its 50th Anniversary with a Luncheon at Fairmont Hamilton Princess.

The Guest Speaker was Bermudian lawyer Eugene Johnston, who addressed over 200 attendees, which included Opposition Leader Marc Bean, and many of the past and present Members of Parliament.

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In addition to the Guest Speaker’s address, Drum Major Awards were presented to four members of the community by the Party Leader & Party Chairman Maynard Dill: Mrs. Betty Christopher, Mr.David Hughes, Mrs. Marita Thompson, and Mrs. Doris Corbin were each awarded for their respective contributions.

Photos by Anthony Wade, click to enlarge:

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  1. Ballotelli says:

    Goodness me, ANOTHER PLP PARTY..don't you lot get tired of it, maybe occasionally stay in, put your feet up and get a movie? Quite clearly you are intent on rubbing our noses in it, the country toils because of your disastrous government, and you lot are on the pi55 again.

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    • mpartiality says:

      They are only trying to convince the rest of us that they are gathering strength ! Is it hurricane season already? My my my! Just leave them be. I will not be long before disaster strikes. For now just let them be. After all everyone needs time. Some of us need humility. But of course some of us need either. Let the Party's affairs continue. We must respect and take the high road regardless of the arrogance and the ignorance Bermuda has been destined to endure. It's over now but to be forewarned is to be forearmed. Just let us continue striving for whatever is best for Bermuda. Remember ignorance is it is car better to be wise!

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  2. mpartiality says:

    They are only trying to convince the rest of us that they are gathering strength ! Is it hurricane season already? My my my! Just leave them be. I will not be long before disaster strikes. For now just let them be. After all everyone needs time. Some of us need humility. But of course some of us need either. Let the Party's affairs continue. We must respect and take the high road regardless of the arrogance and the ignorance Bermuda has been destined to endure. It's over now but to be forewarned is to be forearmed. Just let us continue striving for whatever is best for Bermuda. Remember ignorance is it is bliss it is better to be wise.

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