Batemans Bay Country Women's Association celebrated the relaunch of their history book on Thursday, October 3.
Print Central Batemans Bay's Darren Knight pulled together the printing of the book and Batemans Bay Soldiers Club was sponsor.
Mr Knight said he was always happy to help the association.
Glen Tulip, of the Clyde River and Batemans Bay Historical Society, was thanked for her contribution.
Ms Tulip said she often used CWA material for research, and even Germaine Greer had said CWA members were role models for women in Australia.
Batemans Bay Soldiers Club president John Macaskill and CEO Paul Biddlestone joined in on celebrations.
Batemans Bay CWA will hold their annual general meeting on Thursday, October 10 at CWA rooms, Edward Rd near Gibson Pl intersection, Batehaven.
CWA recently celebrated 85 years of the Batemans Bay branch. Members from Bega, Cobargo, Narooma, Bodalla, Moruya and Narooma branches attended the party.