RAISING FUNDS: Childers QCWA, Rama Willis, Meg Bust and Isabella Herman.
RAISING FUNDS: Childers QCWA, Rama Willis, Meg Bust and Isabella Herman. Jodie Dixon

Women delight in valuable sales role

THE QCWA team of volunteers was out on the streets of Childers last week raising funds for its organisation.

The ladies were all in high spirits selling handmade biscuits, jams and handcrafts, and sharing jokes with customers.

Thursday was a hive of activity in Childers. It must be the warmer weather bringing the community out from winter hibernation.

Churchill St was busy with shoppers and café diners, which was an advantage for the stalls raising funds.

QCWA member and volunteer Isabella Herman said "we are raising funds for the QCWA and it's great to have the community support".

"It's a beautiful day and we are having a great day," fellow member Meg Bust said.

Thursday shoppers were treated to the great wares from the QCWA.

Every shopper was greeted with a friendly smile and a greeting of "good morning".

Mrs Willis said it was a perfect morning and they were ready for a busy day.

The QCWA has proudly supported Queenslanders for nearly 100 years and relies on donations to continue its great work in the community.



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