Cessnock VIEW Club was formed in 1965.
We have our monthly luncheons and invite interesting guest speakers.
We have outings the 3rd Thursday of each month, enjoy our friendship days as well as visiting various locations in the Hunter Valley region.
We are very proud of sponsoring eight Learning for Life Students
Love promoting VIEW in our community and we are the largest ladies club in our area.
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 3rd Thursday each month at 10.00am for 10.30am
- Cessnock Rugby League Supporters' Club
Kay 02 4991 3899
Mobile 0401 860 505
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2019 Cessnock VIEW Club Members
CESSNOCK VIEW CLUB – WALK WITH VIEW
On August 1, 2017 Cessnock VIEW Club members dressed in their purple VIEW t-shirts and/or aprons and lots of balloons, hit the streets of the Cessnock CBD to raise awareness of the club’s activities. The Walk for VIEW started at Cessnock Leagues Club, made its way up to Vincent Street and back to the Leagues Club for lunch. The ladies were joined by seven members of Tilligerry VIEW Club and Cessnock Mayor Bob Pynsent for the walk.
Mayor Bob Pynsent with VIEW ladies
A photo opportunity was also taken outside the Federal Member for the Hunter, Joel Fitzgibbon’s, office. Members believe that not a lot of people in the wider community know what VIEW Clubs do or their involvement with The Smith Family and the Learning for Life program, hence the reason for the awareness walk which was a great success. A number of VIEW brochures were handed out along the way with the hopes of gaining a few new members.
Joel Fitzgibbon with Cessnock VIEW members
Another successful fashion parade
A very successful fundraiser for Learning For Life students.
Kath, Jackie, Pat, Heidie, Elizabeth - Cessnock models at the May Fashion Parade.
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Click on the link below to read a precious news item http://www.cessnockadvertiser.com.au/story/4671489/helping-disadvantaged-children-with-their-education/
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Hidden Treasure Award
This is a picture taken at our Christmas Lunch of State Member representative presenting VIEW Club Member Janice Limn with her Hidden Treasure Award for rural women.
Janice has been a member of VIEW for 41 years and had held various positions on committee including President for many years. Janice was a Brownie Leader in 1978 going on to be Acting District Commissioner in 1982. She received many awards during her 10 year service. An award well earned. This was sent by President Jan Ryan Cessnock VIEW Club.
Mayor Bob Pysent and Zone councillor Anne-louise O’Connor
cutting the cake at Cessnock VIEW Club's Christmas party
Monarchs in the Hunter
Wonderful display of Royal Memorabilia and a chance to have morning tea with the Queen,
Then onto Nanna Kerr’s Kitchen at Pokolbin for lunch, most enjoyable day.
A group of View Club ladies at Nanna Kerr’s Kitchen at Pokolbin after day out at Monarchs in the Hunter.
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...