Cathy Reed won a third place in photography at the QCWA State Conference
The core of QCWA is the bonds developed through fun and fellowship while learning new skills. This could not be more true after Joan Barnier and Susan Spenser had a wonderful weekend at Kingaroy attending ‘Craft School.’
Now fully accredited teachers, these skills will be taught at a branch level and members are eager to get stitching.
At the recent QCWA State Conference the Tin Can Bay Branch had great success in the photography section, with a first in ‘Memorable Moments’ by Shannen Hewitt, second in ‘People’ by Diann Bourke. and a third in ‘Heritage’ by Cathy Reed (pictured).
The 2018 categories are available and it is open to the public, call Lorraine Bishop on 5486 2226 if you would like to showcase your work.
Members will be enjoying a well-earned break in December and January. The Christmas season is one for showing appreciation, and our branch would like to say thank you to everyone who has supported our causes over the past year. Merry Christmas and see you all in 2018!
One last Christmas cheer-
Q – What do the elves cook with in the kitchen?