QCWA keeping busy helping others

QCWA Tin Can Bay president, Wendy presenting donation to Julia from the Gympie/South Burnett Division President

QCWA Tin Can Bay president, Wendy presenting donation to Julia from the Gympie/South Burnett Division President

With the easing of Covid- 19 restrictions, we can have meetings with five in our hall which has given us the opportunity to discuss and plan future events and hopefully we can look forward to meeting up again soon.

We will be holding a Biggest Morning Tea as a fundraiser for Cancer Council on a date yet to be advised and “Bouncing Back” booklets will be distributed.

I attended a QCWA Division meeting at Murgon on Saturday and took rugs, scarfs and beanies to support Graham House Community Centre to distribute. They are supplying care packs to those who are doing it tough.

Meals on Wheels Tin Can Bay received a donation of rugs and are happy to take them to their customers. We are still making rugs so if anyone knows of a local, we are happy to put a little cheer in their lives with a warm rug, just let us know.

We have been busy with our cottage and completed our Covid-19 deep clean and are pleased we can now have visitors from Queensland.

Our State Conference in October 2020 due to be held in Cairns is still in doubt and all our competitions are all cancelled due to the virus.

Coming events: Scone Day to celebrate QCWA’s 98th birthday in August, Country Kitchen Cooking healthy food and the Biggest Morning Tea

Stay safe; we look forward to seeing you all soon.

President 0412 547 043, Cottage Convenor 0490 670 518, 18 Whiting Street Tin Can Bay

No dates for Hoy or craft yet.