Sheila Johnson, Robin Dunham, Sandra Hill, Roberta Taylor, Betty Spooner, Coral Davies and Gloria Eckersley made up a table at the luncheon.FRIENDSHIP and fashion was the order of the day last Thursday when the Wagin Anglican Ladies’ Guild hosted its annual Jolly June Luncheon.
The guild’s president Barb Cumming said the luncheon, which started eight years ago in 2004, was held to raise much needed funds to help restore and maintain both the St George’s Anglican Church and the hall.
Money raised over the past eight years has allowed the guild to almost replace the kitchen in the hall, get new crockery, cutlery, tables and another lot of chairs.
Mrs Cumming said the reason the luncheon was held at the Wagin Bowling Club this year was because the hall was in desperate need of repairs to the ceiling.
“The event has been well supported again this year, which is wonderful to see,” Mrs Cumming said.
“It is a great day and those who come and support it get to enjoy a lovely lunch and some wonderful company.”
Kings Park Fashions travelled from Perth to present an extensive range of clothing, available for purchase and put on an entertaining fashion parade after the meal.
Mrs Cumming thanked Kings Park Fashions, the volunteer models who participated in the parade, the Wagin Bowling Club for providing a venue and especially all the helpers behind the scenes who made the event so successful.
“It is really fantastic that people keep attending every year, the support is greatly appreciated,” she said.