Our Branch President’s message
To Members and Friends,
Welcome back after our lovely long break. I do hope everyone has made the
most of the glorious weather and has enjoyed relaxing and catching up with
family and friends. I had a wonderful time with my family this year and have
been especially entertained by my grandchildren.
The guest speaker at our first meeting in February will be Kerrie de Waard,
Village Co-ordinator at Bimbimbie Park, Merimbula and Sanananda Park,
Tura Beach. First Coffee Morning will be 23 February. Our Coffee Mornings are
a chance for members and friends to meet and chat over a coffee, tea or
whatever beverage takes your fancy.
Heather Marshall from Roads & Maritime Services is conducting a Workshop on
Road Safety for 65+ Older Road Users in our rooms on Friday 2 March. This
promises to be a very worthwhile talk, one which, I am sure, will benefit us all.
Friday 9 March is to be an Open Day in our rooms commencing 10.30am. All
Group Land Cookery and Handicraft day will be held at Bermagui Country Club
on Tuesday 13 March. Our talented cooks and crafty ladies will be competing for
Branch points as well as being eligible for entry to the State Competition at
Armidale in April/May. Best wishes to all our Branch competitors.
Yours in CWA friendship, Marjorie MacKnight,
President Pambula-Merimbula Branch of CWA of NSW