What’s happening at the QCWA

Our members are getting excited, we have had direction from the State Office with guidelines to see how we can engage with the community in the future. QCWA duty of care is paramount to all locals in this Covid-19 pandemic.

We had a fantastic morning tea for Scone Day at Norman Point – it was great to catch up and chat.

Congratulations to our winners of the scone competition:

  • Best Scone – Brenda most surprised, the first time she ever made them. Well done.
  • Most Unusual Scone – Dawn A. Two smiley faces scones, cheeky looking.

Our QCWA Queensland Conference in October in Cairns has been cancelled, so no competition entries will be going on to state judging.

Competitions have finished for this year and our winners are:

  • Japanese Tea Towel:
  • Painted tea towel -Lorraine 1st Place
  • Creative Tea Towel – Dianna 1st Place

The good news is craft will be back in September on the first and third Wednesday of the month from 10am to 12 noon but still no “Hoy” date as yet, but will be back when restrictions allow.

We ask you to bring your own cup, coffee, tea, sugar and milk  and morning tea will be supplied by the branch or if you wish you can bring your own morning tea for yourself if you fancy something different.

Social distancing will be in place but we are still able to chat and have a coffee with $2 entry and a raffle. All welcome.

Dates to remember:

Craft  – September 2 and 16, October 7 and 21.

Dates to be advised – Hoy, Biggest Morning Tea, Country Kitchen. Reminder, we still need and would appreciate donations of wool.

Cottage bookings and enquiries, Cottage Convenor 0490 670 518; President – 0412 547 043 for all other enquiries. Address: 18 Whiting Street, Tin Can Bay.

Stay safe, remember to social distance and keep enjoying this lovely weather.

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