Recently Gloucester Quotarians had a lovely time together at the home of president Margaret Andrews.
It was no particular occasion, just a friendship afternoon with lots of chatter and lots of cake and tea. We took the chance to inspect the recent work done in the garden by Margaret’s husband Dal.
With spring in the air the members of Gloucester Quota Club and Friends of St Paul will host a Spring Afternoon Tea on Saturday, September 1 at the Anglican Hall at 2pm. Tickets are available at Gloucester Health Foods. This function is to raise funds to help Liam Chester and Nina Samson travel overseas next year to sing in choirs which is a wonderful opportunity for our young ones. Nina and Liam will entertain us at the afternoon tea so it will be a chance to hear their lovely voices as well as welcome in spring while relaxing to enjoy a chat and a cup of tea. Did I mention cake? There will be plenty of that as well.
Quotarians got in the mood for spring on August 24 by selling daffodils for the Cancer Council of NSW. Daffodil Day is one of the biggest fund raising efforts for cancer research and support of people having treatment. Quota had a very successful day though final figures are not yet in and we would like to thank the people of Gloucester for their unfailing generous support. Kim Everliegh won the raffle which was a fund raiser for the Gloucester Cancer Support Group. It was a warm sunny day with the feeling of spring in the air but that did not stop us watching the sky and hoping for rain.
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