Joan Barnier presents Francis Sheppard with her birthday flowers – congratulations on 91 years!
A QCWA Tin Can Bay Branch High Tea celebrated 95 years of the QCWA with long time member Francis Sheppard on her 91st birthday. She shared fond memories of the early years before being presented with a bouquet of flowers. In true CWA style the food was plentiful, delicious and stacked high on the plate.
QCWA runs regular competitions throughout the year with most being open to the general public. Finalists are judged at the Annual State Conference and the club has entries in the Knitting and Crocheting, Photography and Cookery sections. The 2018 Photography categories are now available!
Regular monthly activities are held every first and third Wednesday. The craft morning tea will be on the fourth starting at 10am. Participants will be learning the art of silk scarves, with all donations going towards Pennies for Friendship.
The general meeting is every second Monday 8.30am for a 9am start. Members of the public are welcome to attend all Branch activities and children are an enjoyable addition. All events held at 18 Whiting St, Tin Can Bay.
All aboard for the sensational spring bus tour on November 8, organised by the QCWA Tin Can Bay Branch. It is only $32 to visit Kape Centro in Childers, Bundaberg Botanical Gardens, the Bert Hinkler Museum and Bundy Macadamias (meals and entry fees not included in price). There will be a lucky seat prize and onboard raffle. Payment due by November 1.
If you would like to join or find out more, then email email@example.com or give Joan a call on 5486 4640.