Hay Women’s Day

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 (Back, from left) Sue Parslow (Vinnies volunteer), Intereach staff Naomi Watkin and Loryn Johnston, and Marilyn Pynor (Vinnies); (front) nominees Dot Lauer (left) and Cheyenne Hurst.

The Intereach Hay Community Hub recognised women in the local community today (March 7), hosting a special morning tea.

Our staff were joined by Hay International Women’s Day Awards nominees.

There were five nominees – Dot Lauer, Jade Auldist, Cheyenne Hurst, Nina Fieldhouse and the ‘Vinnies Volunteers’ ladies.

All five were nominated for helping others and their commitment to the community.

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This was our second annual event and it’s a great way for helpful people to be recognised and for others to show their appreciation by nominating a deserving woman in the community. We hope to again run this campaign in 2020.

Krista Schade - Hay Hub acting program manager


The local awards are held as part of International Women’s Day.

All five nominees received a laminated certificate and were treated to morning tea at the Hay Intereach office.