Umina CWA delivers presents to Blayney women
Umina Beach branch of the Country Women's Association will deliver 70 Christmas parcels to the women of the Blayney community, west of Orange NSW.
Blayney is a farming community that's been hit hard by the NSW drought, according to branch president Ms Rikki McIntosh.
Branch members decided to support the community and collected gifts for women in Blayney.
Ms McIntosh packed her car and headed off on a road trip on November 29 to deliver the gifts in person.
Speaking before her departure, she said she was happy to see women answer the call for gifts to help make Christmas time a little more special for the Blayney community.
"It's an absolute privilege to be able to deliver these to such deserving women," she said.
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Rikki McIntosh, Umina CWA
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