QCWA Border Division members are busy baking for the division cake stall to be held at Leslie Park Warwick for Jumpers and Jazz this Sunday at 9am.
Customers are sure to have a great choice of scrumptious homemade cakes, biscuits and slices to choose from by our friendly QCWA members.
Also available for purchase at the stall will be copies of the Collector's Edition of the original 1959 QCWA Cookery Book.
This has been reprinted with 180 pages of the same cherished Australian recipes, with many of the original homely hints, methods and comments included.
All 20 branches in the division are busy with branch annual meetings. Congratulations to all members for their dedication to QCWA and best wishes to all incoming office bearers and members for the coming year. Thank you to members who have supported the various contests; 148 entries in cookery, 33 entries in knitting and crochet, 121 entries in floral art, seven entries in dressmaking, with photography and handcraft popular with a great number of entries.
Best wishes to all who continue on to the next level of judging.
Allora branch are preparing for their 90th anniversary on October 13.
While Clifton branch catered for an 80th birthday party and still continue with the sausage sizzle cakes and slices on the first Thursday each month at Percy's Fruit Market. Roll on summer: It is slightly chilly in the open at 7.30am.
Broadwater branch enjoyed a Christmas in July function in the perfect cool weather of the Granite Belt.
While Condamine Valley/Warwick branch continues to be very generous with donations to battens disease and CareFlight.
Also congratulations to the Granite Belt Zone vice-president Judy Leech and committee on a very successful Country Woman of the Year Luncheon.
Cunningham branch will combine with Karara and Leyburn for their annual meeting.
Dalveen branch is to receive an award for their assistance at the recent Apple and Grape Festival.
A patchwork school with Gay Burey will be held on November 17 and 18 and the branch is catering for a wedding in November.
Emu Vale branch members held a sausage sizzle in conjunction with Yangan Branch in aid of Brendon McIvor, which was successful with good community attendance. They also donated $77 to the Cancer Fund as a result of the Biggest Morning Tea.
Freestone branch members were happy that president Margaret's operation went well.
A copy of the book Service to the Country by QCWA was donated to both the Maryvale and Freestone schools.
At Glen Aplin their kitchen renovations are being completed and quilt show preparations are progressing well which will be held August 10-12.