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Narooma CWA news

The Narooma CWA November meeting held Friday 6th included naming of Ellinor McNabb award winner. This award is in remembrance of past member Ellinor, who was a very active and supportive of Narooma branch, CWA in general and Narooma community. There is no big prize but it recognises a member who has shown the qualities of CWA. Other members nominate the awardee and Jenny Dickson was the choice in 2020. Jenny has been an active member for over 20 years and among her other virtues, is a maker of scones extraordinaire. NOT that CWA is only tea and scones. Jenny’s name will go on the Ellinor McNabb honour board displayed in rooms and President Louise Starkie presented her a bouquet of flowers in recognition of her CWA spirit.

When members arrived for meeting thanks to David Creed, lawn care and more skills, they were greeted with neat lawn at front of rooms. Thank you David for your donation of time and effort to CWA Narooma. Need yours lawn cared for try David.

Craft group meets in rooms each Friday from 10am till noon, new faces welcome and members happy to upskill or troubleshoot your crafting. The also love a good chat. Unfortunately the small choir will not return till covid regulations allow, but when it does new faces will be most welcome. For anyone who likes to sing, no auditioning. At same time the drama group, small but fun, more comedy than drama, will hopefully become active again.

Need more info ring Louise Starkie 4476-5131 or Sally James 4476-1691 or email cwa.narooma@gmail.com .


Above: Jenny Dickson on left with President Louise Starkie, holding info for Ellinor McNabb award.

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