The Griffith CWA have given their Banna avenue building garden a much needed sprucing-up Saturday thanks to a generous donation of mulch from Griffith City Council.
The Griffith Country Women's Association (CWA) extended a big thank you to Griffith City Council for the mulch donation saying it will go a long way in helping them maintain street appeal at their Banna avenue headquarters.
After a recent garden clean up blitz and a check on the watering system, a working bee by Griffith branch members Saturday saw the mulch put to good use in the hope of keeping the CWA garden looking happy and healthy.
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"The support that Griffith City Council has shown is most appreciated. Thank you to those at our local Council that made this donation happen," Griffith CWA branch president Cheryll Steele said.
"Council efforts in not only donating but delivering the mulch is amazing.
"Today as we worked as a team to spread the mulch there is a real sense of community spirit alive and well within our CWA branch."
The Griffith CWA will celebrate 95 years of existence this year and like all other branches across the country, has always had the welfare of Australian women and children and the bridging of country with city at the heart of its agenda.
Women who are looking for new friendships and community involvement opportunities or have an interest in learning new handicraft or cooking skills are always welcome to join.
Bring your smile, ideas for guest speakers or ideas for how to better the branch activities locally and discover that CWA really is more than tea and scones.
The Griffith CWA meet on the second Thursday of each month at 7pm.
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