GALLERY: 2013 CWA State Conference

Delegates to the 91st Country Women’s Association (CWA) State Conference began arriving in Moree on Friday.
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Registrations were taken at theMax Centre before an Ecumenical Church Service at the Moree War Memorial Hall/Banquet Hall.

The week’s schedule is:

MONDAY

8.30am The CWA Shop, in the Max Centre will be open for morning tea.

9.30am Business Session will start

11.30am – 1.30pm Lunch adjournment (free time)

1.30pm Afternoon Business Session

5pm The afternoon business session will finish at 5pm (no evening session).

TUESDAY

8.30am The CWA Shop, in the Max Centre, will be open for morning tea.

9.30am Business Sessions will start

From 12.30pm Lunch adjournment (free time until 4.30pm today).

B 4.30pm-6.00pm Afternoon/evening business session

WEDNESDAY

8.30am The CWA Shop, in the Max Centre, will be open for morning tea.

9.30am Business Session will commence

12.30pm – 2.00pm Lunch adjournment (free time).

B 2pm-7pm Afternoon/evening business session

THURSDAY

8.30am The CWA Shop, in the Max Centre, will be open for morning tea.

9.30am Business Session will start

12.30pm The Conference will close at

12.30pm At this time a number of the visitors will leave, but those staying on for the Gala Event will be staying on in Moree.

6pm Gala Evening at the Moree Town and Country Club.

EACH DAY (Monday – Thursday)

8.30am The CWA Shop, in the Max Centre, will be open each morning fromMonday to Thursday at

Each conference day business sessionswill start at 9.30am. Everyone iswelcome to attend these sessions.

The Town and Country Club will house a large handicraft display. The entries in thiscompetition have already won at Group competitions throughout the state.

The Uniting Church will house the Land Cookery Display. This competition is a three-tier competition with those present cooking at this conference having already cooked and won at branch and group levels. All cooking, except decorated cakes, will be for sale.

The Max Centre will house the CWA Shop, Trade Displays, the Cultural Display, the Agricultural Display, Environmental Display and the International Display.

NSW Governor Prof Marie Bashir at the conference’s official opening at Moree Town Hall.

Moree Town Hall was packed for the official opening.

The opening: Moree Aboriginal Elder Noeline Briggs-Smith.

Moree Town Hall was packed for the official opening.

The opening: Guest speaker Landline journo Pip Courtney.

Eva Campbell from Camden (Illawarra branch), Jenny Fernes and Francis Taylor from Picton.

Helen Tisdell from Walcha and Barbara Burnett (Wanthella branch).

Shirley Lenton from Sydney and Esma Cochrane from Port Macquarie (Phillip Group).

Pam Ramsay and Shirley Canham, both from Warialda (Gwydir Group).

Roma MacDonald (Illawarra branch) and Margaret Graham.

Debra Pinkerton, Sydney City, Philip Group; Shirley Kenton, Eastern Suburbs, Philip Group; and Heather Kerr, Oaklands branch, Murray Group.

Lilian Lee, Wendy Marsh, Namoi Group Scretary Elaine Kennedy and Coralie Howe, all from the Gunnedah Branch, Namoi Group.

Lesley McFarlane, Grafton branch; Anna Bransdon, Chatswood Island and Trish Stabback, Woolgoolga branch – all three from North Coast group.

Tuesday’s business session.

A member speaking on Tuesday morning.

Judy Walters, Dalgety branch, Monaro group; Margaret Barron, Peak View branch, Monaro group; Marijke Greuting, Gwydir group, Moree.

Nancy Davidson, Northern Tabelland branch, Ben Lomond group and Patricia Irving, Warren branch, Far Western group.

Teresa Andarakis, Northern district branch, Philip group; Gnia Barnier, Northern District Branch Secretary, Philip group’ and Annie Kiefer, Sydney City Branch, Philip group.

Delegates at Tuesday morning’s business session.

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