Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) was a proud major sponsor of the WPBS-TV "All Star Auction" in Watertown in 2009. Dozens of CSEA volunteers from around the North Country helped the TV station answer phones, sell auction items, and work behind the scenes to make the magic happen and raise money for the last night of the annual television auction.
Capital District DDSO Local President Joseph Howard and Western New York DDSO Local President Dawn Smith with certificates of appreciation they received from the Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Commissioner Diana Jones Ritter and John Monteiro, Deputy Commissioner for Workforce and Talent Development. Both are retiring from state service.
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) member and Broome Developmental Center Local President Deborah Davenport received a certificate of appreciation from Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Commissioner Diana Jones Ritter and John Monteiro, Deputy Commissioner for Workforce and Talent Development. Davenport is retiring after more than 34 years of state service.
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) state Department of Taxation and Finance activist Willie Terry speaks at a Capital District labor group meeting. Terry, a past president of the state Department of Taxation and Finance Local in New York City and a CSEA member for 28 years, received the Coalition of Black Trade Unionist's (CBTU) Capital District Chapter's 2009 Nadra Floyd Membership Award.
From left, Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Central Region Women's Committee Chair Cathy Barretta and committee members Carmina Russo, Linda Stiefel, and Ann Marie Ellis collect hundreds of undergarments for women and children to be donated to women's shelters across the region as part of the "Underneath it all, we've got you covered" clothing drive held at the region's recent spring conference. Central Region members donated the clothing.
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) President Danny Donohue, left, and Central Region President Colleen Wheaton, right, congratulate Mike Kaiser, a CSEA State Police Troop D Local activist and a 27-year police communications specialist with the New York State Police in Oneida, for receiving the 2009 State Mission Achievement Award.
Probation Officers and Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) members Sue Cirencione, left, and Kevin Case, helped save an Ontario County woman's life. Cirencione and Case received a chief's citation award from the county in honor of their diligence and hard work
Bronx Children's Psychiatric Center Local activist Rosemarie Richards is all smiles after purchasing raffle tickets Friday afternoon at the PEOPLE table during the 2009 annual Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Spring Workshop. CSEA's PEOPLE program protects and improves jobs, benefits, and pensions in Washington, D.C., Albany, and local communities.