Crossgar Women's Institute
Annual Dinner 2002

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The Institute's Annual Dinner was held in Frenchies Restaurant, Clough on Monday, 14th January and was attended by a total of 53 members and their friends. This event marked the first meeting of Crossgar W.I. in 2002. Members and guests were reminded by the President of some of the changes which have occurred since the opening of the first institute in 1932 at Garvagh. These changes included such things as the advent of electricity and piped water which brought with them many labour saving devices. In spite of the many changes since those early meetings the "camaraderie" experienced by members has remained constant and is the the hallmark of the W.I..

A delicious meal  provided by Frenchies of Clough was enjoyed by all and a very embarrassed chef was treated to a round of applause and a hearty rendering of "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow"!  Mrs Harriet Brown of Ballygowan then provided a very humorous yet thought -provoking hour of verse and entertainment.

The winners of the competition "best Irish proverb" were, first Georgina Simpson, second Julie Neill, and third Sheila McKee. The birthday girl was Edwina Marr.

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