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Written by: The Cowra Phoenix

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South West Group CWA News

Members from six branches attended the South West Group council meeting on 11th march at Boorowa. Martine Griffiths stood in as secretary for Jude Carlon. President Geraldine Gore opened meeting with “Welcome to Country”, National Anthem, Motto and a minutes silence. Guest speaker Karen Smith , Co-president and secretary of Boorowa branch spoke to members about her book “Great battles in a Snowstorm, Boorowa and Districts Spanish Flu victims” and read a couple of the stories from it. Reports were given by the Executive and several issues were raised and dealt with. Amongst them that State was not having a shop at Conference, however you could order online and the would be taken down to conference and you could pick them up. The Boorowa ladies provided a wonderful lunch and morning tea. Thank you ladies.

Save Power Kit Now At Cowra Library

The Library has partnered with Cowra Council and the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s Sustainable Council and Communities Program (SCC) to provide community access to the Save the Power Kit for loan from Cowra Library.

The Save Power Kit provides tools and useful information to help households measure how they use power at home. The Kit can help identify the biggest users of electricity in your home and describes many easy, low cost things we can do at home to use less power and save money on bills, without changing your lifestyle.

The Save Power Kit contains:

  • Power-Mate Lite
  • Stopwatch
  • Infared thermometer
  • Light Meter
  • Thermometer

Please call Cowra Library on 6340 2180 to reserve the Save Power Kit.

Cowra CWA Evening Branch News

Once again Cowra CWA Evening Branch hosted the annual Festival dinner at Cowra Services Club. Branch members were joined by Cowra Councillors, Youth Ambassadors, CWA members from Conimbla and Cowra Day branches, as well as spouses and friends. A traditional Indonesian dish was served after we viewed a Zoom presentation organised by Di Robinson with Elizabeth McClean whose family has lived in Djakarta since 2012. We saw volcanoes, rice paddies and cassava and cultural features like food, home design. A major problem of plastic waste because of the use of plastic water bottles was sympathetically explained.

IMG 1782-(2)IMAGE: President Kaye Kilby, Youth Ambassadors Callie Bridges and Alyvia Slade, Councillor Ruth Fagan.

Regional Health Incentive Package Making A Real Difference

Healthcare workers are taking up incentives to move to regional NSW, or stay in our community, with more than 4,700 workers accessing the program which is future proofing healthcare in rural and regional NSW.

Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke said the NSW Government’s $883 million regional health workforce incentive scheme was making a real difference. “Some of these retained recruits include 8 Registered Nurses in Cootamundra, 4 in Harden, 7 in West Wyalong, 8 in Cowra, 12 in Grenfell and 5 in Coolamon.” “We have 7 Pathology staff in Cowra, 8 in Cootamundra and 4 in Young.”

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