First WAVE Club enjoys International Women’s Day lunch

Deb McArdle, Cheyenne Carter and Mary Mitchenor-Coll. Picture: Bruce Hunt d480252
Deb McArdle, Cheyenne Carter and Mary Mitchenor-Coll. Picture: Bruce Hunt d480252

MORE than 100 women enjoyed a lunch with a view to celebrate International Women’s Day last Thursday.

Hosted by The First WAVE (WA VIEW Evening) Club, with VIEW standing for ‘voice, interests and education of women’, the event focussed on women in the community.

Pam Barnett and Pam Gillam.

It featured a three-course meal at the Marmion Angling and Aquatic Club, with a string quartet from Carine Senior High School providing the entertainment.

Marie Stayt, Coral Woodhead and Monica O’Donoghue.

The event was also a fundraiser to sponsor nine students through The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program for disadvantaged children.

Bev Benporath, Natacha Lester and Jessica Stojkovsky.

Guest speakers included The Foster Care Association of WA director Fay Alford, author Natasha Lester, WA VIEW zone councillor Mary Mitchener Coll, The Smith Family’s Deb McArdle and Learning for Life student Cheyenne Carter.

Barb Colson, Fay Alford, and Robyn Woods.

The First WAVE Club meets on the first Monday of each month at 6.30pm at The Kingsley Tavern.

Email: firstwave.viewclub@gmail.com.

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