Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
On Thursday, July 29, seventeen ladies from the Craft Group of the Tully Branch of the QCWA gathered at their Hall in Plumb Street to celebrate Christmas in July.
The ladies commenced the morning by making Christmas decorations, sorting out boxes of Christmas craft materials, and then decorating the craft area of the Hall. Once completed, they sat down to a beautifully presented and appetising home-made Christmas in July luncheon. Everyone embraced the Christmas spirit, and, with great hilarity, the ladies enjoyed each other’s company and their meal, and vowed to make this an annual event.
Special thanks go to Tully QCWA’s Craft Convenor, Frances Maloy, who arranged the celebration, with the help of her team of craft ladies.
The Tully Branch of the QCWA holds a craft morning in its hall at 5 Plumb Street every Thursday from 9.30am to 12noon. Visitors and prospective members are very welcome to attend. Please telephone the Craft Convenor, Frances Maloy, on 0412 071 418 should you wish to receive any further information.
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