Serving up the QCWA Biggest Morning Tea are members Dawn Booth, Kate Hergenhan and Gloria Duffy.
Serving up the QCWA Biggest Morning Tea are members Dawn Booth, Kate Hergenhan and Gloria Duffy. Linden Morris

Cuppa with a slice of charity

TEA cups were put to saucers as groups across the Rose City sat down to enjoy their morning tea.

In the spirit of Australia's Biggest Morning Tea, the ladies from the Queensland Country Women's Association (QCWA) Condamine Valley/Warwick Branch held one of their own and raised $626 for the cause.

Secretary Penny Campbell-Wilson said it was a cause they were delighted to support.

"We had about 70 people attend with them lined up out the door to get in," she said.

"Our members donated the food so all proceeds went to the Cancer Council."

Cancer Council Warwick Branch president Kay Wilson, who was at the morning tea at the Senior Citizens Centre, said she was happy with the turnout.

"We had about 100 people attend, which was up on last year," she said.



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