FACEBOOK and fancy events isn't something that you would traditionally associate with the CWA.
But now a newly formed Biloela Country Women's Association (CWA) committee is hoping to change that.
After reading an article about CWAs across Australia encouraging younger women to join their local branch, 35-year-old Genevieve Gleeson decided she would get involved in the group.
"There had been a decrease in membership at the Biloela CWA and it was on the verge of going into recess," Genevieve said.
"This would have meant the closure of the current branch and a review into its viability in the town.
"A lot of community-run organisations are facing extinction unless people of my generation step up and give the older generation a hand to keep them going.
"Biloela's CWA has a lot of history, including being a fundamental group in organising the establishment of Biloela Hospital and if it moved into a recess the community would have lost that history."
Genevieve also spoke highly of the organisation as a whole and what it had done for the community in the past.
"The organisation has done a lot for the plight of women and we didn't want the town to lose that," she said.
"I think it is a really good organisation that provides women in the community with a chance to contribute to the needs of their town as well as the avenue to meet new people and make friends."
It is this opportunity for social interaction that attracted Genevieve to the group in the first place.
"I felt there wasn't much in town for women aged 25 - 40 that didn't involve their children or sport," she said.
This is a new journey for the committee made up of all new CWA members including Genevieve Gleeson as president, Julie Knight as vice-president, Sheree Petty as secretary and Anna Kurtz as treasurer.
"We are all brand new to the CWA, we have a new committee and seven new members," she said.
"We are keen to develop new ideas of ways of helping women in the community along with keeping the traditional roles of the CWA.
"We have had fantastic help from the older CWA members, who know the true value behind this great organisation and can teach us a lot."
The group is now hoping to help women in the area with anything they may need.
"We need new members to establish what the community and women of Biloela want and need," Genevieve said.
The group has received suggestions for a Mentoring Mums Group (helping new mums), cooking demos, recipe swaps via Facebook, Christmas light maps, A Mumma's Fair, garden parties and more.
CWA Biloela's first social event will be a Pamper Package Evening held on December 13 at the CWA hall from 6.30pm. The evening will feature two guest speakers and a lucky door multi-draw raffle with vouchers donated by local beauty and hair salons.
You can now follow and contact the Biloela CWA on Facebook.