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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

International Women's Day in Moruya

More than 90 women gathered to hear NASA legend and geologist Miriam Baltuck and Eurobodalla’s three new female councillors speak about their careers and hopes for the future.

Above: Breaking the bias at The Bas for International Women’s Day were (l-r) Cr Alison Worthington, keynote speaker Professor Miriam Baltuck, Council’s community development manager Kim Bush, Cr Tanya Dannock, Cr Amber Schutz and Council’s director of community, arts and recreation Kathy Arthur.

Above: More than 30 Eurobodalla Council staff attended the inaugural meeting of Women in Local Government Alliance, held Wednesday in the Council Chamber to coincide with International Women’s Day celebrations. Staff from across the organisation were joined by Crs Amber Schutz, Tanya Dannock and Alison Worthington. The group’s aim is to advance the cause of women working in local government.

Above: Strawberry Cords set the scene for ‘Music and Markets’, a celebration of Eurobodalla’s female artists at The Waterfront on Tuesday night. The four-piece girl band from Moruya High rocked the room with their punk pop covers. Around 80 people of all ages attended the International Womens Day event on a very rainy night.

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