We also take pride in our many activities to support the community. For example, in the past year we have made items for schools, aged-care facilities and other community groups such as the Patches of Cooroy quilting group. We completed several projects for the Noosa Botanical Gardens, provided hand-made Christmas gifts for disadvantaged families and delivered wooden toys to kids doing it tough in Western Queensland. Our club has also been an active participant in events such as the Pink Precinct Walk for cancer research, the Eumundi Heritage Showcase event, Christmas in Cooroy, plus the annual Cooroy Fusion Festival.

When too much pink is still not enough! The Cooroy Pink Precinct Fun Trail

Our club supported the annual Cooroy Pink Precinct Fun Trail to raise money and awareness for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, on 19 October. There were plenty of people involved, brightening the streets of the town with hot pink as the participants made their way around the various checkpoints. Richard Roe plus Club President John …

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Christmas in Cooroy Parade!

Our Club has participated in the annual Cooroy Christmas Parade for many years and this year was no exception. Thanks to the leadership of Jim Pound a float was planned, bags of lollies for the kids were prepared, and a band of volunteers was marshalled for the event. A huge crowd lined the streets and …

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Patches of Cooroy

John Sturtz leads our team of Quilt Frame makers Two Cooroy community clubs came together recently when the Cooroora Woodworkers Club assisted the ‘Patches of Cooroy’ quilting group in their preparations for the recent Cooroy Quilt Show. The organisers needed six additional display frames to hold the quilts. John Sturtz took on the job, assisted …

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