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Gympie Zonta Club president Barb Yule (left) and Zonta’s Area 1 director Bev Bellett (right) welcome new member Sandy Linnane.
Gympie Zonta Club president Barb Yule (left) and Zonta’s Area 1 director Bev Bellett (right) welcome new member Sandy Linnane. David Crossley

DEPUTY president of both the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission and Fair Work Australia, Deirdre Swan, will be guest speaker the Gympie Zonta Club's International Women's Day breakfast on Thursday, March 8.

Ms Swan is an accomplished speaker who will entertain guests with her story of rising through the ranks to achieve her current position in the legal profession.

Weaving the 2012 theme for International Women's Day of Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures with the Queensland Office of Women theme of Everything is Possible, Ms Swan's presentation should be both inspirational and motivational to other women and girls.

After welcoming new member Sandy Linnane to the club at last week's meeting, members got down to preparing for the annual breakfast at the Mary River Motor Inn.

Guests will be treated to a delicious breakfast as well as entertainment, raffle and lucky door prize of a gourmet picnic basket.

Tickets are available in Mary St from Apron or the Muster Office.

Inquiries Elizabeth 0408 712 887 or Barb 0407 824 186.

Topics:  fair work industrial relations meeting zonta

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