Thirroul VIEW Club was formed in 1962.
Currently, the Club sponsors twelve Smith Family Learning for Life students and is actively involved in fundraising activities to raise donations for The Smith Family programs.
We are an enthusiastic and friendly group of women who enjoy socialising but with the focus on raising money to sponsor our twelve Learning For Life students. Our monthly lunchtime meeting with the seating plan changed each month enables members to mix and make new friends. A craft and social day is also held each month and outings such as theatre trips are regularly organised. A mid-week escape is a highlight of each year. A group of our members volunteers at a local nursing home working with residents on a "craft for a cause" program. Our active successful club maintains a membership of about 130.
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 1st Wednesday of the month
Harriet: Phone: 0419 572 542
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Activities at Thirroul in 2019
Reading a tribute to Banjo beside his statue.
We have a library where members can borrow donated books for a small fee. The funds raised pay for one of our sponsored students.
Members on our mid-week escape which is annual event. This year It was Banjo, Blayney and Beyond, travelling around the Central West.
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