Gallery: Women and IT High Tea

PINKIES UP: Betty Johnston from Berry with daughter Kay Johnston from Wattamolla and Cheryl Scowen from Terara at the Women and IT high tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.
PINKIES UP: Betty Johnston from Berry with daughter Kay Johnston from Wattamolla and Cheryl Scowen from Terara at the Women and IT high tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.
CAKE CUTTING: Melissa Hedger from Callala Bay cuts a celebratory cake at the Women and IT high tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.

CAKE CUTTING: Melissa Hedger from Callala Bay cuts a celebratory cake at the Women and IT high tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.

TEA TIME: Toni Novoselac, Simone Claassen and Judith Speechley all from Worrigee at the Women and IT high tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.

TEA TIME: Toni Novoselac, Simone Claassen and Judith Speechley all from Worrigee at the Women and IT high tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.

LOVELY AFTERNOON: Joan McKinley from Tapitalee and Margaret Hinkley from Foxground at the Women and IT high tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.

LOVELY AFTERNOON: Joan McKinley from Tapitalee and Margaret Hinkley from Foxground at the Women and IT high tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.

FUN & INFORMATIVE: Karen Sharpe and Kimberley Clarke from Shoalhaven Heads enjoy an afternoon of high tea and talks on IT at the Nowra School of Arts on Saturday to celebrate International Women’s Day

FUN & INFORMATIVE: Karen Sharpe and Kimberley Clarke from Shoalhaven Heads enjoy an afternoon of high tea and talks on IT at the Nowra School of Arts on Saturday to celebrate International Women’s Day

CELEBRATING: Celebrating International Women’s Day with high Tea,Julia Simpson from Nowra, Dianne Day from Bomaderry, and Anna Christoffersen from Far Meadow

CELEBRATING: Celebrating International Women’s Day with high Tea,Julia Simpson from Nowra, Dianne Day from Bomaderry, and Anna Christoffersen from Far Meadow