Events honour our mothers
IN SOME families there were four generations together celebrating Mother’s Day in the Biggenden area.
On Saturday, the Degilbo Hall Restoration Committee organised an afternoon tea and presented each mother with a corsage on arrival.
All enjoyed a home-baked afternoon tea, along with musical entertainment, hoy, raffle and lucky door prize.
On Sunday morning, about 60 people headed to the Woowoonga Hall for a bush buffet breakfast.
Itwas the first time the committee organised such an event and they were overwhelmed at the response.
Everyone in attendance enjoyed a hearty breakfast out in the country and said they were looking forward to a similar event on Father’s Day.
Anne Buzaglo receives a corsage from Winsome Wendt at the Mother’s Day afternoon tea at the Degilbo Hall on Saturday.
Leesa Sharps, her son Nate, mum Estelle Aberdein and grandmother Irene Ruge enjoyed Mother’s Day.
Beth Dell, Vera Kimber and Tassie Dell, along with Vicky and Bruce Elliott, relax after breakfast atWoowoonga Hall on Mother’s Day.
Jenny Wykamp and children Samson and Claudia enjoy breakfast at Woowoonga Hall for Mother’s Day.
Alison White with Estelle Aberdein, from the organising committee, out for a Mother’s Day breakfast at the Woowoonga Hall.
Barb Sharps, with her daughter Kerrie Randall, granddaughter Lillie and Lillie’s great-grandmother Ivy Sharps, enjoys family time at the Mother’s Day bush buffet breakfast.
Dennis Aspinall was in charge of cooking for the Mother’s Day bush breakfast at the Woowoonga Hall on Sunday morning.
Jess Bargenquast took her mumSue Hollier to the bush buffet breakfast.
Dell Drescher, of Coringa, with her granddaughters Janet and Amy Murray and daughter Debra, of Dallarnil, at the Mother’s Day function at Degilbo Hall.