January – February 2019 Pictorial

2019

JANUARY 2019

Our President Elizabeth working as a volunteer at the Brickfest (The Biggest LEGO Exhibition to ever hit Merimbula) held at Club Sapphire.

Opening of the second stage of CCASE at the South East Regional Hospital at Bega. This is a project we are delighted to support each year.

February 2019

First Meeting for 2019 was celebrated by a breakfast of Egg and Bacon rolls and Champagne and Orange juice and well as two visitors:

Guest speaker Braydon from Living Specialist at the Bega Service NSW Centre and Shirley who explain the Yarn Bombing activity scheduled for Merimbula August 2019

Braydon Byers

Braydon is the Cost of Living Specialist at the Bega Service NSW centre. He is offering a
free service to help us with the application process for Government rebates and savings.
In November alone they helped Bega Valley locals save more than $33,000 from their
annual cost of living. Please contact him for a face to face appointment and he will help
fill in forms etc for savings on gas, electricity, insurance, rebates for Fridges Freezers
and Air Con. Phone 137788 or bega.public@service.nsw.gov.au. He is at 153 Auckland
Street, Bega.

 

 

 

Shirley providing us with interesting information on the Yarn Bombing activity planned for August.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Members enjoying Breakfast to start the new year. 

Cheers to 2019
Ladies enjoying breaky
Kym excited about the start of 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seniors Afternoon Tea Sponsed by The Bega City Council

Seniors Afternoon Tea Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pambula-Merimbula branch of the CWA of NSW

A Seniors’ Week “Afternoon Tea Party”, held at the CWA Hall in
Pambula. It was totally free to Seniors as the project is funded by the Bega
Valley Shire Council Grants Program.

It included afternoon tea, lucky door prizes and entertainment by the
wonderful “Wobbles”. It was such a success, everyone enjoyed the afternoon tea and especially
the music and sing alongs by the “Wobbles”.

In the CWA hall we only have tables and seating for 60 and we had 78 turn up. We had to borrow more chairs from Cafe 22 next door.