CWA look to the next generation

ALREADY CONTRIBUTING: Jennifer Barnes, Kiahni Short, Jenna Hodges, Rahni Harrison (junior president), Chantal Lindsay (junior vice-president) with Macintyre High teacher Annabel Brooker busy sewing trauma teddies for the hospital.IN what could be a first for NSW, and a way ahead for the organisation, the Inverell branch of the CWA has established a Junior CWA at Macintyre High School and the reaction to the idea by young female students was nothing short of pleasantly amazing surprise.

About 30 junior members have shown a big interest in the association, and hopefully that interest will remain with them for their lifetimes.

The Inverell Junior CWA was the brainchild of Macintyre technology and applied studies teacher Annabel Brooker, who approached Inverell branch secretary, Pam McLeay.

Pam provided her considerable enthusiasm to an idea that has now attracted favourable attention from NSW CWA president Annette Turner who was very interested in the Macintyre students.

Pam said she thought it was fantastic

“It’s all because of Annabel,” she said.

“After our domestic violence events in town, Annabel became very interested in the workings of CWA and thought it would be wonderful to get some of the high school students involved as junior members.”

Pam McLeayIt’s fantastic how excited they are, and that they want to help other people.

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