THE November QCWA Border Division meeting was chaired by divisional president Jenny Whitsed, who congratulated all Border Division members who gained success in the various competitions at state level.
She also commended all those who had entries.
Congratulations to Rosemary Petersen, Killarney branch, who gained second place in Country Woman of the Year for 2012.
Ruth Magazine is now available from Warwick district newsagents.
Allora branch will hold a Christmas raffle and the Christmas party will be held December 13 at the Commercial Hotel, Allora.
While Broadwater branch held a lunch for family and friends on November 26 also plans celebrations for the branch birthday and Christmas party.
Clifton branch recently held a lunch to coincide with Clifton Country Week, which was most successful attended by QCWA members and several members of the community.
Branch members celebrated president Corina's 50th birthday with her and family.
A tupperware party was held, also the branch Christmas lunch.
Recent conference brought new experiences in particular to two of our members; prizes were received at state for floral art, cookery, photography and dressmaking.
Condamine Valley/Warwick branch international officer Yvonne Wilkinson gave members a detailed description of the map of Turkey.
Penny Campbell-Wilson, conference delegate, delivered a comprehensive report.
Some contests will be judged at our March meeting to accommodate early region meeting.
Branch has sought division's approval to donate $200 to Blue Care Warwick and $330 to the Qld Legacy Police Association.
We are holding our Christmas lunch on December 1 at Jacqui's. Due to low attendance members voted to discontinue hoy.
Cunningham branch members held the November meeting at the home of Carmel and Denis Ryan.
They enjoyed a delicious lunch and watched the running of the Melbourne Cup as well as discussed projects for 2013 including making domestic violence care bags.
Dalveen branch Christmas tree and break up arranged.
Two workshops, one with Grace and Theresa on magic triangles, one with visiting teacher, Sue Neil from Emu Park, on beginner's machine quilting. Sue was staying with her sister-in-law, Grace Cameron and kindly offered to teach this workshop.
International lunch for the children at the school will be December 7 followed by Christmas craft.
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