28 September, 2008

March for the Elderly

The Fiji Council of Social Services will be holding a March for the Elderly on Wednesday, 1 October 2008, from 11.45am, in front of the Tanoa Plaza, Gordon Street, Suva. Members of the public is invited to show solidarity and concern for the future and welfare of the elderly of Fiji. There will also be discussion forums organised in the Central Division. For more information and to participate, pls contact Fiosola or Neil on telephones (679) 3312649 or (679) 9928649. Participants will get a Certificate of Recognition, a free T-shirt, caps, bags, etc.

2 comments:

Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

A march for the elderly? Count me in as I am now seventy! I guess they don't actually mean the oldies are marchin' do they? Do the over 50s or 60s or more get conessions on the buses in Suva, because they don't on the longer bus trips? Maybe they should.
w.

Gilbert Veisamasama, Jr said...

Bula, Wendy. I suppose the march is for supporters including those who look after their elderly parents, aunts and uncles. I am sure that the elderly are most welcome to march too. With regard to the concessions, I understand that they are still on but the process of getting the necessary documentation from the Land Transport Authority is what puts people off.