NEW ROLE: New Woodburn CWA President Teresa Bracewell accepting her badge from Far North Coast CWA Group President Yvonne Scarrabelotti.
NEW ROLE: New Woodburn CWA President Teresa Bracewell accepting her badge from Far North Coast CWA Group President Yvonne Scarrabelotti. Contributed

Fresh face leads CWA at Woodburn

THE winds of change are gently sweeping through Woodburn CWA.

One year ago, Teresa Bracewell joined the branch, and now, much to her surprise, she has agreed to be elected as president.

At last year's AGM, she was one of four new members, of which two now hold executive positions.

Cate Field is the new secretary, with Di Sykes taking on the position of treasurer.

Outgoing president Greta Rees, after many years of exhausting and devoted work in many roles, has decided it was time to offer the role to new members, but will stay on as international officer, continuing her great work liaising with local schools for the country of study.

Woodburn CWA has many plans for 2016 and beyond, and would love to have you join them (children welcome). They meet the third Friday of each month from 12.30pm at the Woodburn Rooms.

For more information call Cate on 0429 434 742 or cwawoodburn@gmail.com.



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