Legacy morning tea enjoyed

Laughter, chatter and the chink of tea cups and champagne glasses filled Wheelers Restaurant on Monday, May 14 as over 70 legatees, war widows and friends enjoyed a Mothers’ Day high tea.

Far South Coast legatee Pat de Gelder said there was a great connection between the legatees and war widows.

“A lot of these ladies do not see their family on Mothers’ Day as they live far away and a lot of legatees have lost their mums. These ladies are like our mums now and we’re very fond of them,” Ms de Gelder said.

Attendees enjoyed their high tea accompanied by Geoff Willis on piano. 

Far South Coast Legacy is seeking volunteers with an interest in providing assistance to the dependents of deceased former members of the Australian Defence Force. 

Legacy is a charitable, non-political, independent and voluntary organisation which receives no direct government funding.

If you are interested in helping to support widows resident in our local community contact Legacy on Thursday mornings at the office at Chasney House at the rear of the old Tura Beach Shopping Centre, or call the office telephone on 6495 9991.  Alternatively, at other times, call 6495 1525.

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