Breakfast for special day
ABOUT 80 people gathered in Bridgetown’s Lesser Hall on Thursday morning for a special breakfast.
Organised by youth advocacy group Blackwood Youth Action, the breakfast was held to mark International Women’s Day.
Sharing inspirational stories as part of the event were guest speakers from diverse backgrounds, ranging from women working at Talison Lithium to singer-songwriter Tracey Barnett and wildflower entrepreneur Heather Domoney.
Lyn Ivery, Tammy Lawson, Michele Stewart and Yolande Wendt from Harcourts real estate agency enjoy a working breakfast.
Anne Dhu, Dee Nation, Ros Halson and Laura Nation were among those present at the breakfast.
Tania Harrison, Jo Moore and Caroline Morling enjoy breakfast together on Thursday.
Pam Kazandzis, Ria Machin and Carolyn Ralph were among those marking International Women’s Day in Bridgetown.
Kath Bell, Nicole Ward and GP Down South’s Bonnie Allen support the event.