THE NSW Country Women’s Association’s state president visited branches across the Upper Hunter this week in a bid to meet members and discuss long-term goals.
Tanya Cameron stopped in at Singleton, Muswellbrook and Scone on Thursday, with CWA Hunter River Group representatives Dianne Innes and Kay Teterin joining her.
Scone and District CWA president Anne McPhee said the visit was an important annual event for members.
“It’s part of the president’s duty of a three-year term to visit as many branches as possible to meet people on the ground,” she said.
Ms McPhee, who was part of the welcoming cast at the final destination in Scone, said it was essential that the evening branches had a chance to meet her.
“It was particularly vital for a visit in the evening because those branches are mostly made up of younger women who typically can’t make meetings where Ms Cameron may be present,” she said.
For those who wish to join the Scone and District CWA branch, or learn more about the organisation, phone Ms McPhee on 0428 45 8146.