MEMBERS of the community gathered at the Scone CWA Rooms on Friday to celebrate International Women's Day (IWD).
More than 30 people attended a special luncheon with Where there's A Will (WTAW) Foundation's co-founder Pauline Carrigan addressing the crowd as guest speaker.
"Pauline was absolutely amazing," Scone CWA's Anne McPhee said.
"The CWA guests found Pauline a very engaging speaker.
"The message of the WTAW foundation is one that should be heard by every educator and parent.
"As usual, a delicious lunch was served by the CWA ladies at another successful gathering."
Mrs McPhee said the work of the CWA in Scone is a continuing effort.
"The branch has in the last months distributed approximately $18,000 to drought affected families across the area," she said.
"CWA of NSW is still providing $3,000 grants to farmers for personal expenses, whose primary income is derived from a farm income.
"Application forms are available through the CWA of NSW website."