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6 August, 2022

QCWA celebrates 100 years of service

MAREEBA, Malanda and Millaa Millaa branches of the Queensland Country Women’s Associations will be dressing up and hosting special tea and scone mornings to celebrate 100 years of service on 11 August.

QCWA celebrates 100 years of service

Branches all over Australia will begin celebrating next Thursday and they are encouraging individuals to discover the great friendships and engagement that comes with membership to the QCWA. 

Nearly every Queensland town will have a QCWA building which are easily recognisable due the Association’s blue and white regulation colour and the QCWA logo. 

To celebrate the centenary, the local QCWA branches of Mareeba, Malanda and Millaa Millaa will be holding tea and scone mornings in their halls, with Malanda taking it a step further. 

From 12pm the Malanda branch ladies will parade around the town dressed in full 1920s and 30s costumes, stopping at businesses and community groups to thank them for their support.

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