COLLEEN Wolfswinkel with son Ryan at Murwillumbah Services Club.
COLLEEN Wolfswinkel with son Ryan at Murwillumbah Services Club.

Thanks for everything Mum



STEAK Diane and a slice of pavlova - Colleen Wolfswinkel certainly enjoyed her lip-smacking Mother's Day present yesterday.

Colleen, a swimming teacher, had a wonderful family lunch at the Murwillumbah Services Club. She also received a red rose from youngest son Ryan, 12, a Year Six pupil at Currumbin Primary.

The Wolfswinkels live at Currumbin. They were joined for lunch by Colleen's parents Geoff and Edna Dunk, who live at Murwillumbah.

Colleen's husband John is a motor mechanic. Her eldest son Dale, 16, has just finished school and wants to be a mechanic like his dad.

For Colleen, a relaxing Mother's Day family lunch - prepared by someone else - is "just about as special as it gets".



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