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Celebrating Connections

We wrapped up another successful year of our Creating Connections through Cooking project with a celebratory picnic in Brisbane on Wednesday, 7 December 2022.

Hosted by QAST Project Officer, Astri Candrarini and Senior Project Officer, Deanne Wooden, it was great to see the program volunteers come along with their families to celebrate with yummy food and drinks and reflect on another wonderful year of volunteering. One attendee even brought along some Vietnamese cultural snacks to share, and they were a massive hit.

We were also joined by Annie Morris from TAFE Queensland’s Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), who has been instrumental in spreading the word about the program across Brisbane’s eight TAFE campuses.

We’re looking forward to running the program again in 2023, making new connections, and continuing those already made.

The Creating Connections through Cooking program is proudly supported by the Queensland Government.

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