Association pays respects to former member
Members of the Wagstaffe-Killcare Community Association gathered at the Wagstaffe Hall on July 21 to pay their respects to Ms Helen Ferguson, who died on July 1 after succumbing to injuries sustained in a car accident.
A resident of Pearl Beach, Ms Ferguson had been an active member and friend of the Association's for decades, according to Association vice-president Ms Robyn Warburton
Ms Ferguson was known for her tireless efforts to clean up the Dog Track, Ms Warburton said.
Over the years Ms Ferguson had run bridge classes for the Association, managed the Wagstaffe Hall, been editor of the Association's newsletter and been a member of the Association's committee.
"As a committee member, Helen was an active participant in all matters and issues that concerned the Association and contributed to our many discussions and decisions," Ms Warburton said.
"We appreciate her commitment to the hall and all she did for us.
"She will be sorely missed by all of us."
The gathering was also attended by other community groups Ms Ferguson had been involved in over the years including the Bouddi Society, the Brisbane Water Bridge Club and the Garden Club who all came together to reflect on Ms Ferguson's life.
Newsletter, 30 Jul 2019
Ian Bull, WTKCA
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