Hold­ing out for CWA branch growth

Hills Gazette (Kalamunda) - - NEWS -

FOUR women are keep­ing a na­tional in­sti­tu­tion alive in Mundaring in the hope of a younger gen­er­a­tion tak­ing up the man­tle.

Mundaring Coun­try Women’s As­so­ci­a­tion has but four mem­bers re­main­ing, but many friends in the com­mu­nity helped the long-stand­ing quar­tet cel­e­brate the branch’s re­cent 80th an­niver­sary.

About 50 guests joined Diane Rud­wick, Marj Moyle, Mar­garet Rud­wick and Bid Bowen for the March 28 event at the CWA Cen­tre. CWA mem­bers Bid Bowen, Mar­garet Rud­wick, Marj Moyle and Diane Rud­wick in front of their guests.

Mrs Rud­wick said in its hey­day the branch had more than 50 mem­bers and played an im­por­tant role sup­port­ing troops in World War II.

The group meets on the fourth Wed­nes­day of each month at the CWA Cen­tre in Ja­coby Street.

Pic­ture: David Baylis d480558

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