Pretty in pink ... the women's choir from Sing Australia provided the entertainment; they're pictured with outgoing Kumbia Kindy secretary Barb Deards, at right

March 18, 2013

Pink for a purpose … that was the theme of the Kumbia Kindergarten’s International Women’s Day luncheon held in the Kumbia Memorial Hall last Friday.

The choir wore pink and most of the guests were either decked out in pink or red to mark the occasion.

The morning, which was compered by Skye Curtain, is a major fundraiser for the kindergarten.

Guests enjoyed a hot lunch and dessert while they were entertained by the Sing Australia choir and listened to four guest speakers, all local women who have enjoyed success.

They were Mrs Juliette Tessmann, from Inverlaw; Cr Cheryl Dalton, from Wooroolin; Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington; and Ironpot author Alice Greenup.

Jodi Northcott, Haly Creek; Heather Unverzagt, Kumbia; and Karen Bradwell, Kingaroy
Guest speaker local MP Deb Frecklington, at rear, with Jacquie Irwin and Jackie Allery
Guest speaker Cr Cheryl Dalton with compere for the day Skye Curtain
Rachel Curtain, Betty Rogers and Melba Gaulton, from Kingaroy, were enjoying the entertainment
Kumbia Kindy president Elizabeth Campbell and treasurer Catherine Barr
Josie McConville, from Kumbia, and Moira Curtain, from Boyneside
Anne Beil, Kumbia, and Lorraine Crawford, Kingaroy
Joyce Barron, from Inverlaw, with guest speaker Juliette Tessmann, Inverlaw

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