Springwood VIEW Club was formed in 1966.
Currently, the Club sponsors three 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 3rd Monday of the month
Phone: 02 4754 5629
Postal Address: PO Box 30, SPRINGWOOD NSW 2777
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Four members of Springwood VIEW Club being presented with their new VIEW Club badges updating from old badges.
Past National Councillor Margaret Leenders presenting Margaret Locke with her 20 year service badge.
2018 Springwood June
Federal MP for Blue Mountains Susan Templeman joined Toni Thomas PNVP, Sherril Daly Secretary /Delegate and Vivienne Brown Mountain Evening VIEW at our information stand at Springwood Rotary Antique and Collectable Fair at Winmalee High School.
Sherril Daly Secretary/Delegate and Toni Thomas PNVP at the Rotary Antique Fair Springwood running a information stand spreading the word on VIEW and The Smith Family.
2018 Springwood May
Springwood VIEW members enjoying a beautiful May morning tea in the Mountains.
2018 Zone Conference Area NE
Springwood members enjoying Zone Conference in Penrith for our Area NE. Lyn Andrewarthar President, Margaret Leenders PNC and Ronda Mckay Treasurer.
Lesley Targett, Margaret Locke and Sherril Daly wonderful members of Springwood VIEW enjoying NE Zone Conference which was a great day of information and friendship.
2018 Springwood April
Springwood VIEW luncheon, 16th April Guest Speaker Ken McKay speaking on WW1. Margaret Crowe and Kay Sanday joined the day as visitors to hear about a young relative of theirs who travelled overseas in 1916.
2018 ANZAC Day
Susan Walsh and Marcelle Gosper from Springwood VIEW Club placing flowers for ANZAC Day.
Well after a busy year it was time to celebrate our achievements.
A great time was had by all. We had a photo booth set up and the members loved it, a special Christmas raffle that consisted of cake, pudding, mince pies and wine, along with a beautiful cake made by Noelene.
The entertainment was by The Little Black Duck which the members thoroughly enjoyed.
2017 October Meeting
We were delighted to have Alexander from Shen Yun Performing Arts and International Classical Chinese Dance and Music to come and talk with us. He spoke about the company reviving five thousand years of Chinese civilisation.
An offer of group discount was offered and our members were happy to take this up.
2017 November Meeting
Rosanne and Scott from Lower Blue Mountains Elder Abuse Collaborative were the guest speakers for our meeting. A very serious subject was well received and as they gave a very informative talk.
2017 National VIEW Convention
National VIEW Conference 2017 was in Tamworth where 2 of our members joined in the fun and formalities. Joining up with the Lithgow View Club Lynn and Sherril had a great time from start to finish. They heard from a Learning for Life student Ryan. It was his first time talking in front of a crowd and he did exceptionally well. It is truly inspirational hearing from Ryan who now has commenced his Bachelor of Criminology degree straight from year 12. Ryan intends to join the police force in the future.
The Fabulous Fountain Competition saw Springwood VIEW Club nominated in the category of a famous fountain.
Gala night was a great time with entertainment Music through the Decades. A time to let your hair down and enjoy the evening. Throughout the weekend Lynn and Sherril meet up with many different clubs to swap stories and ideas.
Next Convention is 2019 at Twin Waters Queensland.
September Palm Beach
September saw our member enjoying a bus trip to Palm Beach where we all had a lovely lunch. Our bus driver Peter has been our chauffeur for some time on these outings. Much talking and laughing was had by all.
It was a very pleasant wait for the ferry at Church Point. We all got a chance to grab a coffee while enjoying the sun and scenery and the ferry ride was lovely with some members filling in on some of the local knowledge. A great day out.
Back to School
Our September meeting theme was Back To School. We had secretary Sherril talk about our students we support through the Learning for Life program and asked members to become Pen Pals to them.
Julianne and Susan were some of the new Pen Pals to our students we support. Communication is just as important to the welfare of our students besides the funds we raise to support them. These ladies will be communicating with them for the following year.
Let the games begin! With the formal part of the meeting over some members took up the opportunity to play tunnel ball. A lot of fun and laughter to end the meeting.
20 years service
Our August meeting was a busy one starting with a presentation to one of our members Margaret for her 20 Years service. Margaret received a pin and Certificate of Appreciation from National Vice President Toni Thomas.
We then went on to listen, discuss and vote on 4 different Resolutions for all members not going to the National VIEW Convention at Tamworth in September.
The guest speaker after the resolutions were voted on was Joycelynn from Audio Clinic who gave a brief talk on hearing loss. Members were also able to ask questions regarding different issues including the ranges of hearing aids available
Joycelynn also had a portable hearing test unit and offered any members wishing to check on their hearing to come forward. This test was quick and efficient and many of our members took the opportunity to have a go.
Also in July our members along with some husbands enjoyed a High Tea at The 2 Blondes Café Springwood. Lots of laughter and great conversations around the table. A great time was had by all and the food was delicious.
At our July meeting we had Keith and Lynn from Blue Mountains East SES. It was a very informative talk about the history to modern times. To help promote the direct line if we need assistance, all members were given a magnet to take home with the SES direct line number 132500
Another July activity, our members supported "Share My Shoes".
After gathering all the shoes from members, they were then dropped off at one of the many locations. This is the second year The Smith Family have asked us to donate and it is a great way to clear out the shoe cupboard for a great cause. The donation box was full after placing all our contribution.
At our June meeting we had the pleasure of National Vice President Toni Thomas presenting Pat Green our new member with her name badge.
**The June meeting also saw Joan Gotts receives her 20 year pin and certificate of appreciation from National Vice President Toni Thomas.
Paula’s Wash and Wear fashion parade was a great success with a few of our members as models for the day. Thanks to Christine Gadd, Margret Locke, Rosemary Hurst and Lynn Andrewartha .
A lucky door prize of $30 voucher from Paul’s Wash and Wear was put to good use
15th May 2017 was our 51st birthday. This year’s theme was Black and White with guest artist Sheryl Sharkey who entertained us with some great songs from Elvis, Roy Orbison, Col Porter to name but a few. The tables were set in the theme with each member and guest receiving the latest VIEW Matters.
Our beautiful cake was baked and decorated by committee member Noelene Murphy. It looked great and tasted even better. Our longest serving member Phillis Dees along with National Vice President Toni Thomas did the honours of cutting the cake.
Blue Illusion Shopping Day Announced
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Area NA Gala at East Maitland
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