Tumut Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1993.
Currently, the Club sponsors one Smith Family Learning for Life student 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 Evening on 4th Wednesday of the month
Meet at Club Tumut, Richmond Street
- Commencing 6.00pm (All year)
- Secretary: Lorraine Ph: 0406 096 013;
- Email: email@example.com
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Meet Our 2022 Committee
Photo above, Back: Margaret (Zone Councillor), Kathleen, Sonia, Jackie, Jenny, Bev Front: Lorraine, Fay, Robyn and Amanda.
Members celebrated our 29th Birthday in July. The beautiful birthday cake was made by long-time member, Jenny and members brought along their special cup, saucer and plates to partake in our special dinner meeting.
29th Birthday Cake for our VIEW birthday with special cup, saucer and plates for our dinner.
Highlight of the celebration was a special guest speaker, Trish Whitburn, pictured below. Trish is a local Tumut girl and proud Wiradjuri woman. Recently she was commissioned to paint artworks which have been hung in the new Tumut Hospital. She has also just finished an exhibition of her work in conjunction with fellow artist, Shane Herrington and was a finalist in the First Nations category, National Capital Art Prize for her painting Doomut Bila by Moonlight & Daylight. Members of VIEW enjoyed having Trish at the meeting, lots of questions were asked and her paintings enjoyed by all.
Chris and Karen, representing Harden-Murrumburrah Archies Army Quilt Charity holding their Quilts
Members were treated to a small display of Quilts by two guest speakers from Harden-Murrumburrah Archies Army Quilt Charity, at our May 2022 Meeting. This charity makes quilts for children 0-16 years experiencing trauma through serious illness, disability or circumstances.
In the seven years since its inception the volunteers of this charity have distributed 1500 quilts Australia Wide. This charity is named in honour of their patron, Archie Armitt, an eight year old boy who lost his battle with Mitochondrial Disease in 2015. At the end of the evening this charity donated a quilt to our VIEW Club to be forwarded on to our Learning for Life Student, Isaac.
Further information on this charity can be found on their Facebook page.
President Sonia, presenting a Certificate of Appreciation to Guest Speakers, Chris and Karen
President, Sonia presents our Guest speaker, Jo Murrell, with a certificate of appreciation at our March meeting. Jo gave a very interesting overview of her work with Anglicare in the Snowy Valley Council area since the Dunn’s road fires at the end of 2019.
Jo is a local Batlow lady, who has worked with other Anglicare personnel from the Snowy Monaro, South Coast area. They have worked with people impacted with the fires.
At our March meeting we celebrated International Women's Day. Members made a display of mementos from overseas.
Robyn's Face Masks
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic our VIEW Club was in a recession, and during this time Member Robyn found she had time on her hands, so she decided to make face masks and sell them.
The proceeds of which she donated to our Club. Tumut Evening has received a total of $360, all raised by Robyn in the sale of her facemasks. She also donated $100 to the Batlow VIEW Club in September 2020 at their birthday luncheon.
The making of the masks was made possible by donations of materials and elastic from friends and family and by Robyn’s ingenuity.
Celebrating 28 Years In July
Bev, Kathy, Fay, Sonia, Kay, Mandy, Sharon, Lorraine, Marlene, Leonie, Jackie and Lorraine a visitor from Tumut Day VIEW cutting the cake.
Birthday Hat Parade
Members enjoying the Hat Parade at their 28th Birthday
Vale to Maureen
Maureen join our VIEW Club in 1996 and will be missed.
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...
One Members Journey With VIEW
Meet Jeanette Calvi from Grafton Evening VIEW Club. Jeanette has been a VIEW member for 38 years. She recently contacted us to share how her life with VIEW began!Read more...
International Women's Day 2023
International Women's Day celebrations are happening around the country at your local VIEW club.
VIEW National Convention 2023
We are pleased to announce the 56th VIEW National Convention will be held in Hobart, TAS from 8-10 September 2023.