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CWA Narooma handicraft ladies take the prize

Above: Rhonda presenting trophy to Narooma Handicraft Officer Pauline Cotterill; Below: Marion Cullen with her quilt that is off to State Comp.

The Annual Far South Coast Group Handicraft and Cookery competition was held on Tuesday 12th March at the Bermagui Golf Club and Narooma branch received the trophy for highest branch score ( 9 branches in group) in the Handicraft. The trophy was presented to Narooma Handicraft Officer Pauline Cotterill by FSCG Handicraft Officer Rhonda. Many items by Narooma branch, Marion Cullen and Pauline Cotterill, were selected to go on to the State competition in May at Albury. Best of luck ladies. Unfortunately the cooking entries failed to get any prizes, with Jo King’s Lime Buttermilk cake being an example of all the things not to do.

Fun and games at Narooma CWA on Weds 27th March 1.30pm. Come along, men welcome as well, to play those games that aren’t solitaire or on a computer. Join in the fun with Trouble, Uno, Scrabble and others. Got a game you love to play sitting in the cupboard, no-one to play it with, bring it along. The $5 entry covers an afternoon of fun and a delightful afternoon (not necessarily scones). Need transport or other questions ring Sally James 4476-1691 or text/ring Joanne King 0408433178.

More music trivia to come in April – Weds 17th 1.30pm. Save the date.

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