Spe­cial do­na­tion

The Tatura Guardian - - People - By Tara Whitsed The event will be held on Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 1, and is open to the pub­lic from 10.30 am to 4 pmat Vic­tory Hall, Ho­gan St Tatura.

An ar­ray of hand­made good­ies will be on dis­play at the up­com­ing Goul­burn Val­ley West Coun­try Women’s As­so­ci­a­tion group’s Cre­ative Arts Ex­hi­bi­tion to be held in Tatura.

Group pres­i­dent and ex­hi­bi­tion co­or­di­na­tor Lyn Trezise said the event had been held an­nu­ally for many, many years.

‘‘It in­cludes the work of our seven branches,’’ Ms Trezise said.

‘‘Which are the CWA Pot­ters— a Shep­par­ton group, Mooroopna, Rod­ney, which is based in Tatura, Lan­caster, Harston, Kyabram and Rush­worth branches.’’

Ms Trezise said af­ter a re­cent in­flux of ju­niormem­bers, they had also cre­ated a ju­nior branch, and their work will also be on dis­play.

‘‘Our ju­nior girls will have a cake dec­o­rat­ing dis­play,’’ she said.

‘‘Some of the ju­niors are re­ally great and ju­nior num­bers are flour­ish­ing.’’

With the help of CWA Pot­ters mem­ber Gene Miles, who re­ceived as­sis­tance from sev­eral mem­bers, there will be a dis­play of about 50 bed cov­ers, which will be do­nated to the Kyabram Hospi­tal.

A bridal dis­play will also be on of­fer af­ter Ms Trezise said she re­ceived a very spe­cial do­na­tion.

‘‘I had a lady do­nate a wed­ding dress and it was her mother’s and her mother ac­tu­ally made it,’’ she said, es­ti­mat­ing the dress to be about 100 years old.

‘‘It’s amaz­ing what these ladies bring out.’’

Af­ter the huge job of fil­ing en­tries, Tatura’s Vic­tory Hall will be adorned in an ar­ray of baked goods, flow­ers, craft, hor­ti­cul­ture and much more.

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