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February 23, 2018

CWA Sheridan Kyabram members Margaret Williams and Doreen Napier. Both women have been members for over 50 years.

The second half of the meeting getting underway.

CWA Mooroopna president Jennifer Broadbent opened the meeting with the story of her breast cancer journey.

CWA Potters members Jenny Goonan and Charlotte Anderson.

CWA Rodney members Pauline Parks and Jan Perry.

CWA state vice president Pam Mawson with CWA GV West president Lyn Trezise and secretary Janice Barrette.

Goulburn Valley West CWA Group held its 64th annual meeting at Harston Hall on Thursday, February 15.

Representatives from the seven branches as well as the CWA state vice-president Pam Mawson were in attendance to discuss business.

The agenda included changes to the constitution and the upcoming 90th birthday celebrations, among other things.

Representatives were asked to bring a donation of toys or pyjamas for babies and children in care at Goulburn Valley Health and Melbourne.

The event started with a story from CWA Mooroopna president Jennifer Broadbent, who opened up about overcoming breast cancer.

‘‘It was all about staying positive. That’s the main message I wanted to share with the ladies,’’ Mrs Broadbent said.

Margaret Williams and Doreen Napier from the CWA Sheridan Kyabram branch said it was a lovely day hearing from the other branches.

‘‘It helps us realise how much we do as an organisation throughout the year,’’ Mrs Napier said.

Jenny Goonan and Charlotte Anderson from CWA Potters loved getting together with everyone.

‘‘The event is lovely for sharing ideas and friendship,’’ Mrs Goonan said.

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