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Never a quiet moment for Border Division QCWA

QCWA Border Division president Jenny Whitsed with our region's country woman of the year entrant Rosemary Peterson.
QCWA Border Division president Jenny Whitsed with our region's country woman of the year entrant Rosemary Peterson. Contributed

THE October QCWA Border Division meeting was chaired by divisional president Jenny Whitsed with discussion on forthcoming QCWA State Conference to be held in Toowoomba from October 22-26.

Best wishes to all who have entries in the various competitions also to Rosemary Peterson, our Country Woman of the Year entrant.

Allora branch had a successful week end catering at the Bony Mountain Music festival recently also their 90th birthday celebrations was an enjoyable day.

State cookery committee is meeting in their rooms on December 10, while Broadwater branch is planning a luncheon with members' husbands and friends to celebrate 90 years of QCWA.

Clifton branch members as usual provided supper for the Clifton Hospital recent annual meeting; VIP morning tea was enjoyed by all with music by the Saxy lady with back up from her husband was appreciated.

Their artistically painted caravan home was intriguing; the spring luncheon on October 19 was a great start to Clifton Country Week.

Condamine Valley Warwick branch seeks approval to donate $1000 to the Respite Centre for dementia residents.

Our branch celebrated QCWA's 90th birthday on Saturday, October 13, at Gardens Galore.

Christmas break-up will be held in the rooms on December 15 at 1.30 pm.

Dorothy Lee presented a comprehensive report on the southern region meeting.

Warwick East State School is happy to participate in next year's international competition.

Due to the decline in numbers at hoy, the branch decided to consider its future early next year.

Dalveen branch meeting was held at Villa Carramar on a Sunday so members could be with their dear friend, Norma Marsh.

Norma wanted to discuss the new resolutions with the branch members which was really nice, also the cups of tea and bikkies went down well.

The weekend workshop with Gay Burey was discussed and, believe it or not, our Christmas function.

Just around the corner you know, while Emu Vale branch made final arrangements for their international luncheon and Freestone branch members held discussion on their Christmas lunch.

President Margaret Shelley will be the delegate to state conference.

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