President Esma Baker welcomed a large number of members and we commenced our meeting with the singing of our Anthems and reciting of our Motto.
Secretary Judy Mitton gave her report and Treasurer Robyn Logan gave her report.
Several members attended the International and Cultural Day at Cowra, the day was well attended and enjoyed by all.
Members supplied goodies for the MPS Birthday Party and enjoyed chatting with the residents on June 29.
An invitation was received to attend an Awareness Day, but no members were able to attend.
A thank you was received from the Henry Lawson Festival of Arts for a donation to same.
An invitation was received to the United Hospital Auxiliary annual meeting on Wednesday August 15 at 2pm.
Three members will attend.
Mavis Drogmuller gave the shop report thanking all workers, especially for the support over the long weekend.
Robyn Logan reported all shop workers are covered by insurance regardless of age.
Sonia Groen our Ag and Environment Officer gave us another informative report which was an extract from the book “Rich Land, Waste Land”, which informs readers of the effect of coal mining in the Gloucester Valley and how it is affecting the small towns.
Sharon Munro and government said if residents and owners don’t want to move they have to live with the dust, dirt and polluted water.
Delegates were nominated for the conference to be held in Harden on October 22.
The next council meeting will be held in Young on August 6, and the guest speaker will be Fiona Simpson, President of the NSW Farmers Association. All members are invited.
Our Branch International Day will be held on August 2 at the Railway Hotel, a short meeting will precede the luncheon at 12pm.
Names on list at Craft Shop please, cost is $20 per person.
Our Awareness Day will again be held at the Grenfell Show.
Members will arrange a display on Thursday August 30.
Just a reminder that our next meeting is on August 2, all welcome.
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