The Bodalla CWA held their monthly meeting on Thursday, with the dress code colour of the day, red.
Bodalla CWA president, Colleen Constable told members that preparations were well underway for their International Day light luncheon on Wednesday, June 20.
This year’s country of study is Poland and students from Bodalla Public School have been busy preparing information and dioramas about Poland to go on display at the luncheon.
The students from Bodalla Primary School have traditionally been involved in the Bodalla CWA International Day luncheon.
The luncheon is 11.30am for 12noon and the cost is only $10 a head, and everyone is invited.
Guest speaker on the day will be Bodalla’s Anne Marie Roberson who is of Polish descendants and has visited Poland recently.
Other matters discussed at the meeting were Bake for Babies cause that the CWA is presently supporting.
“The Newborn Intensive Care Foundation is trying to raise $90,000 to buy CO2/Oxygen monitors that will help prevent blindness, brain damage and lung damage in sick newborn babies admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit at Canberra Hospital,” Mrs Constable said.
“Bodalla CWA members are having a trading table at the next few meetings where members will bring along books, jams, cakes or any items to sell in order to donate the profits to the NICF,” she said.
The dress code for the July meeting of the Bodalla CWA is the most inventive animal prints.