New England Region Celebrates Labor Day
Friday, September 10, 2010

For the third year in a row NATCA New England Region members came together to celebrate Labor Day by marching in the Milford, N.H., Labor Day Parade. Approximately 35 people walked in this year's parade. NATCA members from New Hampshire and Massachusetts brought their families together to show their support for NATCA and labor. In fact, NATCA was the only labor organization to walk in this parade.

Members handed out NATCA painted balsa wood airplanes to the children in the crowd, which were the hit of the entire parade. After the event, members enjoyed food and fellowship at the Milford VFW. Once again in a show of support, Congressman Paul Hodes joined NATCA and also discussed his campaign for U.S. Senate. 

NATCA’s participation in the Milford Labor Day parade is a great tradition, one in which NATCA intends to continue for years to come.




     Above: NATCA New England Region's members and family gather for the parade.
     

   

  Below: Congressman Paul Hodes (on right)