Bowral High students serve up scones for Tulip Time

TEA TIME: Year 8 Bowral High students Thomas Hall and Alessio Mauro at the CWA tea rooms. Photo: Madeline Crittenden.

TEA TIME: Year 8 Bowral High students Thomas Hall and Alessio Mauro at the CWA tea rooms. Photo: Madeline Crittenden.

Tulip Time isn’t just about the flowers, it’s about community spirit. 

The Country Women’s Association cafe is a highlight for many, and students from Bowral High School are doing their bit to help the women out. 

Year 8 students Thomas Hall and Alessio Mauro worked as waiters at the cafe on September 15. 

This was the second time the boys had worked at the cafe becasue they enjoyed it so much the first time around. 

The CWA was more than grateful for their help and praised their efforts. 

Students from the school will work at the cafe for the duration of the Tulip Time festival. 

The CWA cafe will be open for Tulip Time (September 12-24) serving tea, coffee, scones, slices, cakes and sandwiches from 9.30am till 3.30pm each day

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