Wagga Rotary women recognised for service, 18 years after the first female member

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Updated November 27 2020 - 2:44pm, first published November 23 2020 - 11:00am
FAMILY: Wagga rotary women Elaine Almond, Ellen Brasier, Mary Ann Kelly and Vida Smart say the club is like a family. Picture: Wagga Rotary
FAMILY: Wagga rotary women Elaine Almond, Ellen Brasier, Mary Ann Kelly and Vida Smart say the club is like a family. Picture: Wagga Rotary

In 2002, the Wagga Rotary branch welcomed its first female member, with women not allowed to join until the 1990s.

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