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
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
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.
Aspley VIEW Club members celebrated ‘International Travel Day’ at their recent May luncheon meeting. After lunch speaker Dale Lorna Jacobsen, author & adventurer further inspired members with her talk on Antarctica.
Each meeting our monthly raffle together with a book stall and trading table including home made crafts, baking & preserves assists us raise money to support our 30 Learning for Life Students.
At our April Luncheon we held a Recycled clothing Pop Up shop which raised funds for our 30 Learning for Life Students. President Miffi Goodall also presented 10 and 20 year membership badges to 8 long term members
Easter bonnets were on parade during our March luncheon meeting. We welcomed and presented 6 new members with badges.
Our speaker was Assoc. Prof Stacey Edwards from QIMR Berghofer Institute who gave us an insight into latest improved prevention and treatment of Breast Cancer.
Next meeting 18th April will be a fundraising luncheon with a Pop Up shop of recycled clothes and shoes.
Photos taken at Kedron Wavell Services Club to celebrate International Women's Day 8th March
2018 International Women's Day
Such fun being rained on during lunch!
Meet the 2018 Committee
As the largest VIEW Club in Australia with over 200 members we need a large Committee so at our 2018 January Meeting 13 Committee members were elected to continue the huge job of fundraising and supporting our 30 Learning for Life students.
The Club raises funds at each luncheon meeting through raffles, book stall, a large trading table with jams and pickles plus home made goods all donated by members.
Throughout the year the Club holds major fundraisers such as Fashion Parade, Cent Auctions, Hats and High Tea, Pop Up Shops etc.
Committee Members from left to right are:
Margaret Walsh, Programme Officer; Julie MacPherson, Programme Officer; Wendy Mauger, Vice President; Maureen Mosely, Assist Secretary; Thelma Steinberg, Programme Officer; Tricia Naylor, Assistant Treasurer; Dorrie Greenway, Vice President; Chris Grover, Treasurer; Miffi Goodall, President; Marion Connel, Publicity Officer; Helen Harkin, Programme Officer; Daina Geise, Delegate; Robyn Killoran, Secretary.
Australia Day Special Award
Cora Zanetti has been an active member of Aspley VIEW Club since 2002. A mainstay of our fundraising program is the monthly luncheon meeting that has a trading table with items for purchase. At considerable personal expense and effort Cora makes, jams, pickles, chutneys and fruitcakes that sell like hotcakes and have raised considerable amount of money for our Club.
As a petite octogenarian, even the transporting of all these goods from her home to our luncheon venue each month is a remarkable effort in addition to everything else she does.
On Australia Day Cora was presented with a Lilley Australian Day Award. Aspley VIEW Club are extremely proud to have Cora as one of our most valued members.
Aspley VIEW Member Cora Zanetti and President Miffi Goodall at the Lilley Australian Day Awards 2018, where Cora was awarded for her dedication to Aspley VIEW Club.
Aspley VIEW Hats and High Teas
Aspley VIEW Club recently held a Hats And High Teas to raise funds for their Learning For Life Students. It was held at the Belvedere Hotel overlooking the water at Woody Point on a beautiful Autumn day and the ladies all looked their best in their race day outfits and matching hats.
Highlight of the day was a designer hat fashion parade.
Pictured enjoying their champagne are from left past president and founding member Bev Doolan, Maureen Oakhill and Val Maxwell.
Left to right are Committee members Hazel Ryan, Maureen Mosely, Miffy Goodall, Lesley Tesolin, Wendy Mauger, Helen Harkin, Margaret Sheales, Dorrie Greenway, Daina Geise, Tricia Naylor and Ros Francis.
Modelling the Designer hats are Tricia Naylor, and Hazel Ryan
Modelling the Designer hats are Tricia Naylor, and Hazel Ryan
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