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2018 Area NM Gala

Area NM recently held their Gala, and what a great day it was!  A beautiful setting at Sawtell Golf Club with 100 VIEW members and friends mixing and mingling.  The theme for the day was "An Elegant Affair" and the attendees each received an elegant clutch purse filled with goodies.  The clutch purses were beautifully crafted by members from Coffs City Evening VIEW Club, Coffs Harbour Day VIEW Club and Woolgoolga Day VIEW Club.

Our Guest Speaker was Karen Curtin from The Smith Family, Coffs Harbour who was an interesting and informative speaker obviously passionate about her role as the Family Partnerships Coordinator.  Elizabeth Birch, Zone Councillor for Zone NM03 demonstrated how to navigate view.org.au.

Great entertainment with games and a wonderful ballet performed by the “dancers and orchestra” of Nambucca/Macksville Evening VIEW Club, NM01.

It was an honour to present decade pins (Robin 30 years NM02, Margaret 20 years and Lyn 10 years, both of NM03); a New Member's badge to Maureen and to announce the accepted nomination for the Making a Difference Award to Muriel, both members of Bonville-Boambee VIEW Club, NM02.

The raffles and Lucky Door prizes took some time, thanks to all the wonderful members and local businesses who donated a wide selection of wonderful items.

An “elegant” day enjoyed for its friendship and laughter.

PHOTOS with captions:

Guest Nerida, Zone Councillor NM03 Elizabeth Birch and Guest Speaker, The Smith Family’s Coffs Harbour Family Partnership Coordinator Karen Curtin

A warm welcome to new member Maureen of Bonville-Boambee VIEW Club


Lyn Hinrichsen receives her 10 year Decade pin while Robin Lawrence receives her 30 year Decade pin 

Muriel Blake hears about the successful nomination by her club, Bonville-Boambee VIEW, for the “Making a Difference” Award  

The Corps de Ballet and Orchestra entertained in a very “elegant” manner.  Members from Nambucca/Macksville Evening VIEW Club.  

The raffle prize most sought after, painted by Korora member Dawn Sillato, donated by Korora VIEW Club and won by Woolgoolga Day VIEW member, Ros.