Nepean Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1968.
We are a friendly group of women who enjoy getting together for dinner once a month to catch up and listen to interesting and varied speakers. We are also proud sponsors of five Learning for Life students.
New members are always welcome, so please call to find out more information.
- Meeting Day on 3rd Monday of the month
- 7 pm
- Panthers Mulgrave Road, Penrith
Phone: 04 1130 6150
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
At Nepean Evening VIEW we are still holding our dinner meetings and we have enjoyed many interesting guest speakers. We have had to be creative in our fundraising because of social distancing and Covid restrictions. We have found online raffles work well. Some of our members are talented quilters and donated a beautiful quilt to raffle. This was very successful.
We held a virtual cake stall where members contributed the cost of the ingredients that would normally be used in the baking for the stall. We also provided our recipes to create a recipe book which members can then purchase; all proceeds to support our Learning for Life students.
At June's dinner meeting President Fran, presented our bubbly new member, Brooke, with her VIEW badge. At 24 years of age we think Brooke could possibly be the youngest VIEW member in Australia. We wish her many happy years in VIEW.
We hope this current lockdown is only two weeks. It has been good to meet in person again.
Marvelous Guide Dogs
Our wonderful guest speaker had us all going home to check our fences and think about a new addition to the family. Margot Stuckey from the Guide Dogs Association NSW/ACT, based in Glossodia, delighted us with photos and a video of the many guide dog puppies ...oh and she did tell us about the serious stuff too. The Association does an amazing job, helping so many people, both visually impaired and sighted.
In the photo below we have Barb modelling the Black Pepper VIEW scarf at our latest (delicious) dinner meeting.
Learning About VIEW
Our October meeting was another great dinner meeting. President Fran thanked everyone for their stationery contributions to the Learning for Life program.
Dolores Jelincic and Courtney Lamaro from The Smith Family talked to us about the Learning for Life Program, outlining how students are selected for the program and how The Smith family works with these students, their families and their schools, to keep them in the program.
We learned so much about the role of VIEW clubs in this important program.
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...