4 June, 2021
Allora Hosts Days for Girls Workshop
Days for Girls welcomed thirty four ladies from Warwick, Clifton, Boonah, Toowoomba and Goondiwindi to the Regional Workshop held last Friday in Allora.
During the workshop in Allora up-to-date methods of sewing kit components were demonstrated and ladies had an opportunity to practice making the products.
Guests on the day were Queensland Co-ordinator Robyn Payens, Queensland Sewing specialist Rhonda Brodie and Australia Co-ordinator, Chief Operating Ofﬁcer of Days for Girls.
Mary Connelly-Gale who said the organisation has developed a “gold standard” for sewing and putting the bags for the girls together and workshops are held so that they are consistent and each girl receives a bag of the same quality.
These Feminine Sanitary Products are produced for girls and women in underdeveloped countries.
Rosemary Easton from Days for Girls Allora thanks the Principal and Students of St Patrick’s School for their wonderful help in setting up the room for the workshop.