Aspley VIEW Club was formed in 1994.
Currently, the Club sponsors thirty 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.
Aspley VIEW Club welcomes guests and new members to their monthly luncheons, held on the fourth Wednesday of the month at Kedron Wavell Community Centre.
Members enjoy a two-course lunch, guest speaker, lucky door, raffles, second hand bookstall and trading tables.
For more information call Robyn 0417 781 641 or Miffi 07 3350 1408
- Meeting Day on 4th Wednesday each month
- Doors open 10am, meeting starts 11am
Robyn 0417 781 641
Miffi 07 3350 1408
2019 May - Happy 25th
Members of Aspley VIEW Club celebrated their 25th birthday this month together with guests and friends. Our Club has a membership of 210, 15 of whom are inaugural members. The cake was cut by the Inaugural President and several of her original Committee members. A memento sheet (link above), photos and a video showing memories of 25years was shown. Speaker of the day was Caylie Jeffery, “Under the Lino”.
Aspley VIEW Club was proud to be included as one of 66 Recipients in the 2019 Kedron-Wavell Community Investment Grant Program. These grants are presented to organisations to recognise the great work they do in our local community.
Pictured in the photo is Club President, Miffy accepting the cheque on behalf of the Aspley View Club.
We were delighted to welcome Lyn Masters, Zone Councillor to our April meeting as our guest speaker. Lyn also presented badges to both long term and new members.
This month Aspley VIEW Club celebrated Easter early with an Easter Hat Parade. Members showed their creativity with many fabulous hats on display.
Aspley VIEW Club receives 2019 Lilley Australia Day Award
Left – Bev Doolan, Founding President; Right – Miffy Goodall, Current President
Aspley VIEW Club was recognised at the annual Lilley Australia Day Awards (LADA) ceremony on Saturday 26 January when President Miffy Goodall and Founding President Bev Doolan were presented with the Ted Tremayne Memorial Award at Kedron Wavell Services Club, Chermside, Brisbane. This award is presented to a non-profit organisation to recognise the important contribution made by the organisation to its own members or the community at large
Club President Miffy Goodall acknowledged to members at the Aspley VIEW Club Annual General Meeting on 30 January that the award was a huge honour to all of us, including previous Committee members, and exciting for everyone who has been an Aspley VIEW Club member since its inception in 1994. It is a tribute to the generosity of Club members who have contributed to fundraising for The Smith Family over the past 25 years.
An extract from The Award citation reads the “Aspley VIEW Club is the largest VIEW Club in Australia with over 200 members and epitomizes the strength of community coming together to help those in need”.
The Lilley Australia Day Awards recognise volunteers who have made generous contributions to the local community. The Ted Tremayne award was introduced to the Lilley Day Australia Awards program in 1998 in honour of Mr Ted Tremayne, a member of the inaugural Lilley Awards organising committee who was heavily involved in volunteer work himself.
Merry Christmas and an Exciting New Year
‘Our Club celebrated a wonderful year of fundraising and friendship with a Christmas luncheon at Kedron Wavell RSL Community Centre. Santa and his elves were on hand to welcome nearly 200 members and guests who were entertained with a concert from Maureen Melodies.’
2018 Springing Into October
Spring has arrived and members celebrated in colourful outfits, and several new members were presented with their Club badge.
Our guest speaker was Susan Gilmartin, Operations Manager for the School of Hard Knocks. Many members hope to attend the SOHK Choir performance in Brisbane later in the year.
2018 Aspley's 24th Birthday June
Much fun, laughter and dressing up saw us celebrate our 24th birthday with a Tiara and Pearls theme.
Our Club continues to grow and several new members received their badges.
Our luncheon speaker was Kevin Humphries from Mates4Mates who shared his inspirational story with us along with enlightening us about the crucial role Mates4Mates play in assisting and supporting our ex servicemen and their families.
2019 QA02 Bunnings
Bunnings Cake and Craft Stall. Centenary Evening, Chapel Hill and Kenmore VIEW Clubs combined to create the most amazing cake and craft stall at Bunnings Rocklea, in Brisbane on Saturday 25th May, 2019.Read more...
QB02 ZONE CONFERENCE
QB02 Zone Conference was held at Lennox Street Bowling Club, Maryborough on13th September 2018 Fiftyseven members and guests from Gympie, Hervey Bay and Fraser Coast VIEW Clubs with guests from Maryborough gathered together for a very informative and entertaining day.Read more...
Blue Illusion Shopping Day
Blue Illusion National Shopping Day and Styling Workshop in support of The Smith Family and VIEW Clubs.Read more...