Linda Murphy, Lorraine Bishop and Elwyn Slaughter at an impromptu Easter Bonnet Parade produced quite a variety of headwear – which generated much laughter and cheer!
Knitting and Crochet Convenor, Joan Barnier, and Photography Convenor, Lorraine Bishop, congratulate the winners, and thank everyone involved, for their support and interest.
Knitting and Crochet
Section I, Knitting: Class 1 to Class 5 – 1st Elaine King; Class 6, 1st Irene Norris, 2nd Irene Norris, 3rd Frances Sheppard. Class 8 – 1st Frances Sheppard, 2nd Elaine King, 3rd Lorraine Bishop, Encouragement, Lila Thompson. Class 10 – 1st Elaine King; Class 12 – 1st Elaine King.
Section 2, Agriculture: Class 13 – 1st Elwyn Slaughter.
Section 3, Crochet: Class 15 – 1st Elaine King; Class 17 – 1st Rosemary Keightley; Class 21 – 1st Rosemary Keightley, 2nd Elaine King, 3rd Rosemary Keightley. Class 23 – 1st Frances Sheppard, 2nd Norma Norris, 3rd Frances Sheppard.
There were 78 beautiful entries submitted. Entrants were awarded five first places, two second places and one third place, with first place entrants progressing to judging at QCWA Division level. Well done to Diann Bourke, Jan Blackshaw, Elwyn Slaughter and Lorraine Bishop.
The branch was requested by the RSL Tin Can Bay Sub Branch to cater for the 2015 ANZAC Day Community Service morning tea, and also also laid a wreath at ANZAC Memorial Park T.C.B., following the ANZAC Day march.
The QCWA 2015 Conference is being held in Gympie during October and plans are afoot to hold a market/display day prior to the Conference.
Unfortunately, the branch is not able to conduct a stall in conjunction with the Lioness Tin Can Bay Club Breast Cancer Walk on Mothers’ Day this year, but wish them every success with the project.
Next branch meeting Monday, May 11- 8.30am for 9am start – Meeting Room, 18 Whiting St., T.C.B. Please contact 54862226 for further information regarding membership, meetings or the cottage.