Kaponga Women's Institute's August meeting took place at Tawa Glen Cafe.
The roll call, with the theme of a memorable holiday, revealed how far and wide our members have ventured around the world.
The thought of the day was: a smile is a curve that sets lot of things straight.
The members discussed their plans for the upcoming 90th celebrations, and plans are progressing well.
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The hostess for the day presented a general knowledge quiz including a series of questions about the Olympic Games. The winning team of four were Val Eliason, Gillian Frandsen, Dorothy Hughes and Carolyn Nicholas.
They were all presented with a gold-wrapped chocolate bar, which we considered to be the nearest we will ever get to an Olympic medal.
The competitions included a family heirloom and all the exhibits came with a fascinating history.
Three pieces of slice: 1st Jo Ellis, 2nd Diane West, 3rd equal Dene Lines and Nancy Stokes.
Heirloom: 1st Dorothy Hughes, 2nd Fiona Collins, 3rd equal Carolyn Nicholas and Jo Ellis.