It was a relatively quiet month in CWA circles, but many members were busy with crafts and articles to go to a group-level handicraft day.
Other members were cooking up a storm to compete in the cookery competition held in Narrandera on March 9.
The branch's cultural segment drew a lot of happy memories, and plenty of laughter, when members brought in photos of their holidays.
Some shared details about their overseas trips.
Other members, meanwhile, talked of going on a cruise and how even after 12 months their families still talk about it.
Another told of a holiday over on the western coast where they met a couple while travelling in a caravan. Five years later, on a cruise around Cape York in Queensland, they met them again. Who would believe they would meet again, especially when both couples live thousands of miles away.
Another member did a reverse, sharing how much friends and family like to come to their place.
They spoke of how they entertained them with simple things like feeding the chooks, seeing kangaroos and rural life in general.
These segments are a popular part of the Coleambally-Argoon CWA branch's meetings.
Over the last couple of months, members have been compiling recipes to cook carp, as the branch is studying the fish.
Even those who shudder at the thought of cooking and eating it will find it interesting to explore all aspects of the species - who would have thought that even such a pest can have its day?
Cooking officer Vicki Mannes judged a walnut and date cake for a membership level bake-off, where three members brought in their cakes.
The best part about that is all members had a delightful afternoon tea - who can resist a cake like that with a cuppa to finish off the meeting.