Batlow VIEW Club was formed in 1990.
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.
Our Learning for Life students will benefit from both our birthday luncheon and our volunteering at Ciderfest.
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 11.00am
- Batlow RSL Club
- Beth - 02 6946 5142
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
After a year of upheaval, Batlow VIEW members have begun 2021 with enthusiasm and four new members! We celebrated our 31st Birthday in May with a spectacular Birthday cake, made by Maria.
To add to the celebration we were presented with a cheque for $500 by the Manager of the Batlow Branch of the Commonwealth Bank, Cara Ironside. Cara explained that Batlow VIEW Club was chosen as a recipient of their donation because they were impressed with the work of VIEW Clubs in supporting the Smith Family with the programs they run in helping underprivileged children with their education. We sponsor two Learning for Life Students.
Several members attended the Area NL Gala in Wagga Wagga. We were pleased to meet with National President, Anne-Louise O’Connor, and catch up with many old friends not seen for some time. A lovely day organised by Area NL National President, Gail Tooth.
Photo above of Jude, Sue and Marjorie
The Smith Family Dream Run with Sylvania
In June 2021, The Smith Family’s fundraiser fitness challenge, “Dream Run”, is being taken up by Ann-Maree Holmes and Margaret Packwood of Sylvania VIEW Club. Their team name is “Sylvania VIEW Club”.Read more...
Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley becomes VIEW’s very first Patron
VIEW Clubs of Australia (VIEW) is delighted to announce Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley as the organisation’s first ever Patron.Read more...
Senator Marise Payne visits
Senator Marise Payne visits Senator Marise Payne recently visited several communities along the NSW South Coast, spending a few hours in Batemans Bay, where both Senator Payne, and her escort, Senator Jim Molan, were hosted by VIEW Clubs of Australia NG02 Zone.Read more...