Over the weekend, the Ladies Wing of Willetton Sai Centre invited children, young adults and adults to share their creative skills, work together to produce items for the needy and upskill members who were interested in learning.
There were more than 10 stations set up, including quilting, crocheting, knitting, card making, origami and even some stations manned by SSE students to assist the younger children. Many of the items created and skills learnt will be used as part of future service activities.
For the past 12 months members of the Ladies Wing have started quilting and crocheting groups, making blankets and clothing items for the Perth Children’s Hospital and hoping to create items for a local orphanage.
The afternoon was spent in loving company, all working together to learn how to help others. It was a great family event to start the school holidays.