Stephanie, Raylene, Lisa and Louisa at the Busi Women's event held recently. Photo Contributed / The Capricorn Coast Mirror
Stephanie, Raylene, Lisa and Louisa at the Busi Women's event held recently. Photo Contributed / The Capricorn Coast Mirror Contributed RCC

Busi Women meet and make genorous donation to Yeppoon SES

SCONES and champagne were the tasty selections recently, as local group Busi Women held a High Tea and Bubbles at Flour Cafe in Yeppoon.   

Many local women went along, including Member for Keppel, Brittany Lauga - sharing helpful information in the aftermath of Cyclone Marcia.  

President of Busi Women Lisa Lilleboe said the event was a great success and fundraiser for the Yeppoon SES, presenting Raylene Schultz with a donation of $380.  

"We are working hard to further raise awareness of our network in the lead-up to our Leveraging Your Strengths Dinner," Lisa said.   

"Presenting is Gallup Strengths Coach Belinda Brosnan at Roslyn Bay Resort on May 20."   

 

The group, which launched three years ago, is about empowering women through connection on the Capricorn Coast.  

The network has gone from strength to strength and has attracted more than 250 women to a range of events with a variety of sought after speakers.  

Lisa said the next event for Busi Women will be on Saturday April 18, "In the Moment Stress Busters" presented by Glenda Channells.   

This event is not to be missed and free for members to attend.  

Information regarding events can be found on the website busiwomen.org.au or email busiwomeninc@gmail.com.  



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