COUNTRY Women's Association (CWA) ladies from all over the Upper Hunter will come together in Scone this month to celebrate the country of Papua New Guinea.
The executive and members of the Scone & District CWA are busy organizing their annual International Luncheon.
A tasty menu comprising of a two course lunch, tea and coffee for the reasonable price of $15 per head will be offered.
A display is being prepared by the Scone CWA International Officer, Mrs Lorraine Gardiner, with some of the interesting facts the branch members have been studying during the year.
Mrs Gardiner has organized Mr Jonathan McMahon as the guest speaker for the day.
The luncheon will be held at the CWA Rooms, Surman Street Scone at 11am for 11.30am on Friday July 26, 2019.
The CWA also has funding for drought affected farmers available again. From recent donations and funds from the federal government, they have now been able to start sending funds again to those in need.
The total amount given away now stands at $12.3 million.
If you or someone you know someone needs assistance but hasn't already applied, they can apply at www.cwaofnsw.org.au/droughtaid or phone 02 8337 0210 on Mondays and Tuesdays only.