Three women proved South Otago can do it all at the 101st New Zealand Federation of Women’s Institute annual conference held in Wellington recently.
Institutes from around New Zealand attended the conference and held their annual general meeting, along with a bit of competition and fun.
(From left) Mearle Wilson from Lovell’s Flat received an award for first place in the nationwide competition for embroidery and red work; Donna Pettitt from Romahapa received a second place award for her lip› syncing performance and Vicki Galbreath from Romahapa received first place for her Eisteddfod performance.
The women said they were surprised and delighted with the outcome and awards. The South Otago Federation acknowledged their achievements at a recent meeting and friendship day for all South Otago institutes.
REPORT & PHOTO: EVELYN THORN