The Young Women’s Group of the Country Women’s Association (CWA) Gloucester Evening Branch met for the first time last month.
It was a successful turnout of 16 women and their children, with another dozen woman expressing their interest.
The group will meet every second Friday of the month and to make the group accessible to all women with different timetables, meeting times will alternate between 11.30am for odd months (March, May, July, September, November, January) and 7pm for even months (April, June, August, October, December, February).
Each month members will pick a skill they wish to learn, whether it be crochet, cooking, gardening or baking and CWA Gloucester Evening Branch members will show them how it’s done.
This new group for young Gloucester women hopes to bring together the community over shared interests and a good cup of tea or coffee.
An invitation is extended to the CWA Gloucester Evening Branch Young Women’s Group’s first official meeting on Friday, March 9 at 11.30am at the CWA Rooms on Church Street.
At this meeting, the women will be learning about or brushing up on their knitting and crochet skills so remember to bring along some wool and knitting needles or crochet hooks and some lunch.
Tea and coffee will be provided. All working women, mums, teens, kids and babies are welcome.
For more information, head to the CWA Gloucester Evening Branch Facebook page.
Mid North Coast Group Council meeting will be held in Port Macquarie on Tuesday, March 6 and members wish Denise Hawdon, Jill Laurie, Virginia Monroe and Lyn Yates all the best with their cooking entries.
Members are planning to have a stall at the Tucker Patch open day on April 7, come along to purchase cakes, slices and biscuits.
Watch for members on the street selling tickets in our Mother’s Day raffle.
The raffle has all the goodies for mum.
The next meeting for the Gloucester CWA Evening branch will be held at the CWA rooms on Thursday, March 8 at 7pm, all welcome.
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