Cowra women making business connections thanks to Chamber

Annie Crasti, Kim Jones, Ruth Fagan, Jordan Core, Rebecca Walsh, Steph Cooke MP, Robyn Roberts, Olivia Howarth and Nic Savage. Photo supplied.
Annie Crasti, Kim Jones, Ruth Fagan, Jordan Core, Rebecca Walsh, Steph Cooke MP, Robyn Roberts, Olivia Howarth and Nic Savage. Photo supplied.

The Cowra Business Chamber held a successful Women in Business Networking Night last Wednesday, November 29.

Women from all of Cowra’s business came together for a night of fun and the opportunity to make new industry connections. Attendees were treated to a presentation by Rebecca Walsh from Ronald McDonald House in Orange. Rebecca talked about her work and the history of Ronald McDonald House.

“I’d like to thank Jordan and the Business Chamber for extending an invitation for me to be here tonight. We love to share what Ronald McDonald House Orange is and how it can help families in need around the Central West.” 

Lusi Austin.

Lusi Austin.

Cowra Business Chamber President, Jordan Core, thanked Cowra Council for helping to facilitate the night and their ongoing support of the Chamber, and all who attended.

“I really appreciate all they do to help Cowra businesses thrive,” he said.

“Fiona Chew from NRMA Lachlan Region came up with this idea and brought it to the Business Chamber... we thought it was a fantastic idea.”