Winsome Wanderers Clue #5
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"Double, double, toil and huddle; all involved make the WI cauldron bubble."

The Winsome Wanderers are cooking up some education, friendship and involvement! Three of our team of four had fun all dressing up as witches (unbeknown to some of us) and had a beautiful day carving our pumpkins outside at our local park picnic shelter (built by our WI in 1967) and stirring up fun. Unfortunately Judy was ill at the the last minute but we know she was with us in spirit – oh and I think that is her looking over our shoulder!

Luanne chose a scary pumpkin face – and oh, that hairdo!!
Lora is the creative one having carved her Halloween cat right into the pumpkin and then added her witch on the broomstick.
Nancy carved a WI pumpkin which also decorated our table at our October meeting.

All three of us are ready to take off on our brooms to gather up new WI goblins.

A great time was had by all.

Photo – left to right – Nancy Birss, Luanne McGinley, Lora Count, (absent Judy Lewis)
Notes
Submission part of the WISH challenge for WI's 125th anniversary.
Date of Publication
Oct 2022
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.3501 Longitude: -80.51639
Donor
Nancy Birss
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Winsome Wanderers Clue #5


"Double, double, toil and huddle; all involved make the WI cauldron bubble."

The Winsome Wanderers are cooking up some education, friendship and involvement! Three of our team of four had fun all dressing up as witches (unbeknown to some of us) and had a beautiful day carving our pumpkins outside at our local park picnic shelter (built by our WI in 1967) and stirring up fun. Unfortunately Judy was ill at the the last minute but we know she was with us in spirit – oh and I think that is her looking over our shoulder!

Luanne chose a scary pumpkin face – and oh, that hairdo!!
Lora is the creative one having carved her Halloween cat right into the pumpkin and then added her witch on the broomstick.
Nancy carved a WI pumpkin which also decorated our table at our October meeting.

All three of us are ready to take off on our brooms to gather up new WI goblins.

A great time was had by all.

Photo – left to right – Nancy Birss, Luanne McGinley, Lora Count, (absent Judy Lewis)