Glasshouse Country VIEW Club was formed in 2003.
Currently, the Club sponsors four 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.
VIEW clubs throughout Australia are an integral part of The Smith Family, a children’s charity helping disadvantaged Australian children. The Glasshouse Country View Club currently meets in Glass House Mountains District Park off Page Street, Glass House, for morning tea at 10.00 am every third Wednesday of the month.
We are a very sociable group of ladies; we have great fun, interesting topics, speakers and outings and we enjoy knowing that the money we raise goes to a very worthy cause. If you would like to help disadvantaged Australian children please come and join us. We always welcome new members—just turn up to one of our meetings or outings.
- Meeting Day on 3rd Wednesday each month
- at Glass House Mountains District Park
President Margaret T 5435 2172 or 0423 101 602, or
Secretary Glenda T 5438 7851 or 0400 120 636
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2020 Committee with QB01 Zone Councillor Clodagh Barwise-Smith
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Next morning tea will be at 10 am on Wednesday 19th August at Glass House Mountains District Park, off Page Street.
We will continue to raise funds for the Smith Family Learning for Life through gold coin donations and homemade goods trade table.
Members are asked to bring a mug and hot water and a small plate to share. Club will provide tea, coffee, sugar and milk. Also bring a chair.
Please note that, unfortunately, we currently do not have a venue at which to hold luncheons and will advise when we do.
What we've been doing
July 2020 Morning Tea
Below: Enjoying morning tea and fellowship
Below: Yvonne receiving 10 year member badge from President Margaret
2020 Annual Meeting
Zone Councillor Clodagh Barwise-Smith chaired our annual meeting on 15th January.
Below: Esther presented 81 years young Sheila with an orchid.
An amusing story to be had there!
February 2020 Outing
For our February outing we had coffee and a chat at Peachester Cafe.
President Margaret Donoghoe presenting an orchid to member Dulcie Blakey, congratulating her on her 90th birthday
Melbourne Cup Day 2019
September 2019 Luncheon
Below: Kerry gets a thank you for helping us make artificial flowers
Below: Lauren won the quilt raffle.
2019 National Convention
Below: Glasshouse members enjoying convention
September 2019 Outing to Ewan Maddock Dam
Members at Ewan Maddock Dam
Qld Aspley 2020 International Women's Day
Aspley VIEW Club's LFL student Shukri was born in Ethiopia. Her family had to flee Ethiopia in 2005 to escape the violence and upheaval that was happening there.Read more...
Area QC Zone 01 Christmas Dinner
Photo's from Zone QC01 Christmas Lunch.Read more...
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...