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Maitland RSL women's Auxiliary marks 100 years in 2022

Chloe Coleman
Updated August 25 2022 - 4:44pm, first published 4:30pm
100 YEARS: Members of the Maitland RSL Women's Auxiliary gathered at the RSL sub-branch. Pictured: Colleen Elliott, Lucena McClure, Noeline Boyce, Irene Hemsworth, Peggy Hume, Margaret Jones, Enriqueta Winter and Christine Kidd. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers.
100 YEARS: Members of the Maitland RSL Women's Auxiliary gathered at the RSL sub-branch. Pictured: Colleen Elliott, Lucena McClure, Noeline Boyce, Irene Hemsworth, Peggy Hume, Margaret Jones, Enriqueta Winter and Christine Kidd. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers.

The year was 1922 - Billy Hughes was Prime Minister, the first World War had been over for four years, and a little group called Maitland RSL Women's Auxiliary was born.

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Chloe Coleman

Chloe Coleman

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Chloe Coleman is a journalist covering news in the Lower Hunter. Contact her on chloe.coleman@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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