The Cake Decorators Association of Victoria, Rowville branch, had its official launch at the Rowville Scout Hall last Sunday.
Federal Member for Aston, Mr Alan Tudge MP, spoke at the launch attended by around 80 local people.
Mr Tudge congratulated the committee of the Rowville Branch. In particular, he commended the new President, Velma Brown, who has 23 years experience as a member of the Frankston branch of the Cake Decorators Association. “Velma and her new committee have made a considerable effort to establish the local branch here in Rowville and I am certain the branch will be of great benefit to our local community.
“Cakes are a key component of our culture in celebrating weddings, birthdays and many important social and community events. The new branch in Rowville will enable new and experienced cake decorators to share their skill, creativity and dedication in the art of cake decorating,” he said.
Branch President, Velma Brown said, “The Association is a great way to meet people with similar interest and to share skills.”
The Rowville Branch is a non-profit organisation aimed at promoting the art of cake decorating. It is part of the Cake Decorators Association of Victoria and members will be invited to attend workshops held on a regular basis throughout Victoria.
The Rowville branch is the 23rd Victorian Cake Decorators Branch in Victoria.
Anyone interested in joining the Cake Decorators Association, Rowville Branch is welcome to contact
Velma Brown on 9763 8646 or Madeleine Stuart on 9870 5743.