Batemans Bay Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1977.
Currently, the Club sponsors two Smith Family Learning for Life students and is actively involved in fundraising activities to raise donations for The Smith Family programs.
We are always open to new members, so please get in touch today and come and see what it's all about.
- Meeting Day on 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6.30pm
- Catalina Country Club
Anita - 02 4471 1748
Mobile - 0447 114 198
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L-R Coral, Annette, Lesley, Kathy, Nancy, Noreen, Julie, Anita and Glennis Beauchamp (National Office Representative).
Absent from the new committee photo were Jenny, Loretta and Sybil
Batemans Bay Hear from Laurena
The April meeting was held at the Catalina Country Club, when we had a visit from our National President Jan Roberts and also Marilynne Weston, a National Councillor from Canberra. As part of the meeting Jan spoke on upcoming events for VIEW, and gave a brief history of her time with VIEW. It was great to have Jan and Marilynne as our visitors.
After a delicious meal our guest speaker, Laurena Chai who is an Audiologist with Spec-savers gave us an interesting talk on hearing; the types of hearing loss and the importance of looking after our hearing.
Laurena also explained that there are a wide range of hearing aids now available for people with hearing loss. Laurena is available at Spec-Savers for people to have hearing tests
Laurena from Spec-Savers
May 2019 Meeting
The May meeting was held on Wednesday 8 May 2019 at the Catalina Country Club with a two course meal. The guest speaker for May was Chris Bendle from the Old Courthouse Museum and Chris spoke about researching our family history.
Visitors and guests are always welcome to come and join everyone and enjoy an evening with women from all walks of life and listen to a great guest speaker.
National President Jan Roberts visited in April
June, Julie and Maryanne. June and Maryanne were celebrating their birthdays.
The February meeting of the Batemans Bay Evening VIEW Club was the Annual General Meeting with a new committee elected for 2019. Julie Teer was sworn in as president with Loretta Thornton supporting her as Vice President. Other office bearers are Anita Barnes (Secretary), Coral Pryor (Assistant Secretary), Nancy Carter (Treasurer), Leslie Handley (Assistant Treasurer), Noreen Bain (Delegate), Jenny McCaskill and Kathy Usher (Program Officers), Sybil Turbet (Welfare Officer) and Annette Hazell (Publicity Officer). The new committee were presented with their committee badge by Glennis Beauchamp representing our National Office.
After the formal part of the meeting a delicious two-course meal was enjoyed by all. After the meal we celebrated the birthdays of members having a birthday in February. June Brooks and Maryanne Bowen were presented with a chocolate gift to celebrate their birthdays.
In January we also had another fundraising BBQ at Bunnings and this has provided a wonderful start to our fundraising for The Smith Family Learning for Life Program for 2019.
Successful 2018 for Batemans Bay Evening VIEW Club
The Batemans Bay Evening VIEW Club had a successful year in 2018 fundraising for The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program. Our main focus has been fundraising through our raffles, Pamper night auction, Bunnings BBQ’s and Soup and Sandwich Luncheon but we have also had our monthly meetings with guest speakers, trivia games and fun times.
This year we have been able to increase our sponsorship of students and also contribute more to other packs for the disadvantaged students. We have had guest speakers from the Council, Legacy, IRT and RFS. Our Soup and Sandwich Luncheon was a fun social event and the Pamper Action raised over $700. We have had two Bunnings BBQ’s and these are always well supported.
As well as guest speakers at our monthly meetings we celebrate any member’s birthdays in that month. The monthly meetings are held at the Catalina Country Club. Visitors and guests are always welcome to come and join everyone and enjoy an evening with women from all walks of life and listening to a great guest speaker. For all enquiries please contact Julie on 0408 215 553 or Jenny on 0429 726 630.
Batemans Bay Evening VIEW Club organised the famous Bunnings Sausage BBQ on Saturday 11 August as part of our fundraising activities for the year. This provides a great opportunity to interact with the public and talk about the VIEW Club and our aims and our support of the Learning for Life Program. This BBQ is a great fundraiser for all organisations that are involved.
The last meeting of the Batemans Bay Evening View Club was on Wednesday 8 August at the Catalina Country Club. After a delicious meal our guest speaker, Helen Quinn from IRT Sara Claydon Aged Care Facility at Ulladulla gave us an information talk on aged care facilities and the different levels of care offered. This was very interesting as it is a very complex issue for people when they are looking at care for themselves or a member of their family. Helen also had information leaflets for all members of the club in an information bag to take away and read if interested. At the conclusion of the talk Sara was presented with a small gift by Nancy Carter.
There was five members celebrating their birthday in August – Leslie Handley, Julie Teer, Robyn Doherty, Sharolyn Adams and Olive Ryrie. Leslie, Sharolyn and Olive were presented with a chocolate to celebrate by Nancy Carter
NH01 Walk with VIEW
NH01 Zone Conference held on 28th October 2018 at Eat Your Greens Function Centre Eugowra was attended by 45 members from all clubs across the zone. The balloons in the photo represent the 22 Learning for Life students sponsored across the clubs in the zone.Read more...
Bunnings Coffs Harbour May 2019
Bunning’s made the generous offer to host VIEW stalls across the country. Four Clubs in Area NM Zone 02 – Bonville-Boambee, Coffs Harbour Day, Korora, Woolgoolga Day took part. A VIEW Certificate of Appreciation was presented to Tahini, Bunnings Coffs Harbour’s Activities Organiser.Read more...
2019 International Women's Day Area NI01
Eighty seven (87) members and guests from the Werris Creek, Coonabarabran, Gunnedah day and evening, Tamworth day and evening clubs, and Manilla, met at the Werris Creek Golf Club. Aboriginal, Elder Aunty Yvonne, gave the Welcome to Country. Photo above depicts Members showing the Balance signRead more...