Luncheon raises funds for MEIS

Dorothy Venables, Laraine Parker, and Phyllis Rowlinson about to enjoy their curry lunch held in St Paul's Church Hall.

Dorothy Venables, Laraine Parker, and Phyllis Rowlinson about to enjoy their curry lunch held in St Paul's Church Hall.

Belinda Bucknell (right) from the Monaro Early Intervention Service joins Cooma CWA members to help with their annual curry luncheon.

Belinda Bucknell (right) from the Monaro Early Intervention Service joins Cooma CWA members to help with their annual curry luncheon.

Around 100 people were in attendance for the Cooma CWA Annual Curry Lucheon.

Around 100 people were in attendance for the Cooma CWA Annual Curry Lucheon.

Heather Little at the CWA sweets table. A delicious spread was provided for the guests.

Heather Little at the CWA sweets table. A delicious spread was provided for the guests.

ONE hundred people enjoyed Cooma CWA's annual curry luncheon last week, with money raised on the day going towards the Monaro Early Intervention Service (MEIS).

The CWA annual luncheon held on Friday, June 27, has been running for 20 years. Diners sat down to a delicious meal and revelled in the company provided.

Following the main meal lunch goers were treated to a smorgasbord of desserts. The pavlovas were laden with fresh fruit, the trifles were rife with flavour and the caramel slices had all the sweet tooth's reaching for a second helping.

Underpinning the great food and company was the desire to support a local service who play a pivotal role in Cooma and beyond.

Staff from the MEIS were on hand to help serve lunch and to say thank the CWA for their efforts.

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