Ulladulla Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1990.
We are a group of thirty women who meet at 6 pm for 6.30 pm every second Wednesday evening of the month at the Dunn Lewis Centre in St Vincents Street, Ulladulla. Our meetings include a delicious meal, interesting local and national speakers, as well as occasional creative evenings. We also meet for coffee, cake and a chat every month at 10am on the last Saturday of the month at a different local coffee shop. Please contact us and come and join our group.
Currently, the Club sponsors two 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.
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Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Antiques Valuation a big hit at VIEW
The April meeting of Ulladulla Evening VIEW club was an interesting evening organised by our Delegate, Helen Wilford. Chris and Noel from Turnbull Brothers Antiques Milton, professionally appraised and valued our special treasures, contributing their immense knowledge of antiques and old wares. Our small group of members managed to bring along quite a few interesting items such as a tiny French porcelain doll, historical documents and books, an exquisite jewellery piece, decorative containers and vases, china and crockery, silver ware including an antique cigarette case with a cigarette roller, war memorabilia such as an opium pipe and a cake server made from bullets with a special button on the handle and to top it all off: a very pretty gazunda! Chris was commenting on their beginnings as antique dealers in 1982 saying that, back then, ‘Antiques were at the top of the tree’, but, nowadays, the youth of today don’t seem as interested in inherited antiques. Chris and Noel’s Antique & Old Wares Shop in Milton is not only a stroll down memory lane, but a fabulous treasure trove of historic items housed in Milton’s original old cordial factory.
We appreciated the time Chris and Noel dedicated to our club to create a very entertaining evening for us all.
Members learning the art of antiques
ANZAC Day 2018
Ulladulla Evening VIEW Club president, Monica and delegate, Helen attended the ANZAC service at the Cenotaph in Milton and laid a wreath on behalf of our club members. Lest we forget.
Destiny Rescue Gives
Millions of children around the world are trafficked or trapped in sexual exploitation with little hope for freedom.
Julie Kelly from Destiny Rescue spoke to Ulladulla Evening VIEW club members about the work Destiny Rescue does to help Rescue children from sex trafficking and sexual slavery. Following the rescue, restoration begins. Rescued children are taken to safe houses where they sleep safely, receive education, vocational training, counselling and healthcare, spiritual guidance and, most importantly, love. Protection is another step and Destiny Rescue also cares for at-risk children, often siblings of rescued girls – until they are of age to find safe employment or higher education. They also empower through education and skills training, and give a voice to the voiceless.
Julie displayed some of the beautiful jewellery that’s been handcrafted by the Rescue & Prevention girls from around the world. Jewellery Parties are an exciting way to support Destiny Rescue! By hosting a party, you can help provide a much needed income for a girl.
Voice to the Voiceless
Ulladulla Evening VIEW member, Maurene with Destiny Rescue speaker, Julie Kelly.
People's Choice Credit Union Lottery
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2018 AREA NI01 International Women's Day
There were 91 VIEW Clubs of Australia NI01 members and their guests who attended an International Women’s Day lunch which was held at The Powerhouse on Saturday, 10 March 2018. The three VIEW Clubs in Tamworth attended along with Manilla VIEW Club and the two clubs from Gunnedah.Read more...
VIEW Parliamentary Metnion
Ms JODIE HARRISON (Charlestown) make a Private Member's Statement in Parliament on Tuesday 22 May 2018Read more...
WA State Conference
The idea of holding a Development Conference is to spread the word about VIEW and The Smith Family to a wider audience in WA, as well as give local women and those new to VIEW the opportunity to attend a “Convention-like” event.
VIEW National Convention 2019
Save the Date for National Convention 2019