Grande nurses on the inside for Nurses All inclusive Fete1

Thanks for the support from the Grande nurses crew as they will be coming out in their numbers to the 2nd Annual Nurses All-Inclusive Fete carded for Saturday 15th February 2020. All roads lead to TTRNA Headquarters (opposite Jean Pierre Complex), for what has already become a staple on the Trinidad and Tobago fete calendar.

As we celebrate 2020 as the Year of the Nurse (and Midwife), TTRNA has sought to depend on no one but ourselves. Part proceeds of this event go towards assisting students nurses from the three nursing schools, who are finding it near impossible to maintain themselves for 3 to 4 years on a nursing stipend (1 school) or nothing at all.

Also, part proceeds will go towards building the New TTRNA Headquarters at Flag staff – Long Circular, where the completed drawings will be unveiled at TTRNA’s Gala Dinner at the Hyatt on Sunday 7th June 2020.

Remember, shuttles will be available from the hospital, free of charge on the night. Much thanks to our sponsors. Even though early bird tickets have now sold out, the regular tickets are still reasonably priced at $500. Unbeatable value for money.

Grande nurses on the inside for Nurses All inclusive Fete2

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