Part of Jacaranda Embroidery Group 50th Anniversary exhibition. Image: contributed
Jacaranda Embroidery Group 50th Anniversary Exhibition is over. It was a pleasure for us to produce an exhibition of beautiful embroidered items that spanned 50 years.
We would like to thank everyone who visited the
exhibition as well as the following businesses and people who made our
exhibition possible: The Christ Church Cathedral for the use of their hall; the
Clarence Valley Independent and the Daily Examiner for their advertising;
Cromack Transport for delivery and storage of our stands; Eyecare Plus for
displaying some of our embroidery during the Jacaranda Festival; Country Road
Nursery for plants; our past members and their families for their embroideries.
And lastly, our committee and members who worked tirelessly to bring together a
The winners of the Jacaranda Embroidery Group
first prize Marie Black; second prize Alison Bathgate; third prize Roma
Watkins; fourth prize Dawn Baker
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