Morning tea set to tempt everyone

QCWA vice president Kate Hergenhan (back), president Judy Bilbrough and secretary Penny Campbell-Wilson are gearing up for their Biggest Morning Tea.
QCWA vice president Kate Hergenhan (back), president Judy Bilbrough and secretary Penny Campbell-Wilson are gearing up for their Biggest Morning Tea. Georja Ryan

THE aroma of tea and biscuits oozing from the Queensland Country Women's Association tearoom will be stronger than ever as they gear up for their Biggest Morning Tea.

The ladies of the QCWA Condamine Valley Warwick branch have invited all to attend the fundraising morning from 9.30am on May 23.

For just a gold coin donation, enjoy a warm cuppa and a snack, with all money raised to go to the Cancer Council.

QCWA secretary Penny Campbell-Wilson said they usually had about 100 guests, and wanted to top that again this year.

No need to RSVP, just rock up to the Grafton St tea room on the day and enjoy what is on offer.

The Biggest Morning Tea also coincides with their annual International Day, where students from Warwick East State School will display their projects about Turkey.

"Every year they have another country to study and it gives them an opportunity to show off their work," Mrs Campbell-Wilson said.



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