Women de­light in valu­able sales role

Isis Town and Country - - News -

THE QCWA team of vol­un­teers was out on the streets of Childers last week rais­ing funds for its or­gan­i­sa­tion.

The ladies were all in high spir­its selling hand­made bis­cuits, jams and hand­crafts, and shar­ing jokes with cus­tomers.

Thurs­day was a hive of ac­tiv­ity in Childers. It must be the warmer weather bring­ing the com­mu­nity out from win­ter hi­ber­na­tion.

Churchill St was busy with shop­pers and café din­ers, which was an ad­van­tage for the stalls rais­ing funds.

QCWA mem­ber and vol­un­teer Is­abella Her­man said “we are rais­ing funds for the QCWA and it’s great to have the com­mu­nity sup­port”.

“It’s a beau­ti­ful day and we are hav­ing a great day,” fel­low mem­ber Meg Bust said.

Thurs­day shop­pers were treated to the great wares from the QCWA.

Ev­ery shop­per was greeted with a friendly smile and a greet­ing of “good morn­ing”.

Mrs Wil­lis said it was a per­fect morn­ing and they were ready for a busy day.

The QCWA has proudly sup­ported Queens­lan­ders for nearly 100 years and re­lies on do­na­tions to con­tinue its great work in the com­mu­nity.

PHOTO: JODIE DIXON

RAIS­ING FUNDS: Childers QCWA, Rama Wil­lis, Meg Bust and Is­abella Her­man.

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