Quota praised

Judy Nahrung, Debbie Adams, Fay Connel and Dianne Malouf.
Judy Nahrung, Debbie Adams, Fay Connel and Dianne Malouf.

GYMPIE Quota club received accolades for achieving the district’s highest fundraising dollars.

Governor of the 34th District – which encompasses Quota clubs from Gladstone to Coolum Beach – Chris Saunders congratulated the group at a recent conference at the Kingaroy RSL Club.

This is no mean feat for a ladies service club and all the members were overwhelmed with the results.

President Eunice McIntyre received the trophy and was also presented with the Shining Stars award from Quota International for achieving 20-29 per cent growth in the year ending 2009.

Gympie Quota members; President Elect Joy Sullivan, Minute Secretary Karen Reibelt, President Euncie McIntyre, as well as Fay Connell, Lucy Green and Debbie Adams proudly posed before of the flags of the countries where Quota International is making a difference.

Celebrating its 49th year in service to the Gympie district, new members Judy Nahrung, Debbie Adams, Fay Connell and Dianne Malouf cut the delicious chocolate birthday cake made and iced by Judy Nahrung.

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