Thoughts turn to flood relief for CWA members

Gloucester CWA members Barbara Reichert and Erin Campbell (from the right) after judging the Hunter River Group Land Cookery Day at Morpeth.
Gloucester CWA members Barbara Reichert and Erin Campbell (from the right) after judging the Hunter River Group Land Cookery Day at Morpeth.

CWA Evening Branch is looking forward to another busy year hopefully raising much need funds for our association especially after the floods.

During the drought CWA of NSW made donations totalling $19 million, now funds are needed for those who have been affected by the floods.

At the last meeting, members welcomed three visitors Jenny, Kim and Debbie.

We wish members success when they represent our branch at the Group Cookery Day to be held at Bonny Hills today Wednesday, March 31.

If successful they will have to cook again to compete at the State competition to be held in Bega during May, good luck to all.

Members are busy getting ready for our Trash'n'Treasure stall to be held at the CWA Rooms on Easter Saturday, April 3 April commencing at 8am.

Don't miss the stall; we will have books, cooking, plants and much more.