Gympie VIEW Club was formed in 1995.
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.
GYMPIE VIEW CLUB has over 60 members and covers a large area from Cooroy and Pomona in the south, from Kilkivan and Goomeri in the west, from Curra and Glenwood in the north and from Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach in the east to Gympie in the centre of the region.
We are always open to new members, so please get in touch today and come and see what it's all about.
Besides regular interesting speakers at our monthly meeting we have many social activities during the month. Our active program officers organise activities such as craft days, a cruise and coffee mornings, which are always very popular with members. These activities assist us in raising money to support our Smith Family Learning for Life students, who we have facilitated over many years, as well as enjoying ourselves.
- Meeting Day on 3rd Friday each month
- 10.30am for 11.00am start.
- At Gunabul Homestead, Power Road, Gympie
President: Barbara Cameron
Ph: 07 54811942 / 0403085974
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Meet Our 2020 Committee
L-R: Jean (Longest Serving Member who Officiated at the committee election; Jean has held many positions in her 24 years with our club), Christine (Asst Secretary), Glynis (Publicity Officer), Trish (Asst Program Officer), Pat (Program Officer), Margaret (Treasurer), Barbara (President), Wendy (Secretary), Lee (Vice President) & Annie (Asst Treasurer)
Craft Day at Charmaine's
What a beautiful day to do some Christmas craft and enjoy some wonderful company on the verandah at Charmaine’s home on Friday the 13th where seventeen ladies had a fun and crafty day.
Some ladies made some place-mats by making an A3 collage and then laminating them, while others did some decoupage on glass jars and other items with napkins. As you can see by the photos some beautiful gifts were made and the stories told are of a wonderful fun day spent with VIEW friends.
There were also some ladies who didn’t join the craft part of the day but enjoyed the fun and we encourage all members to our craft days as they are really just an excuse to get together to enjoy each other’s company with yummy food and to learn different crafts for those interested.
Supporting 1,000 Heart's Foundation
Recently a craft day was held at Jill's house at Southside; there were seven ladies present, and it was decided that our craft day would support Jean's project, the 1000 hearts foundation, by hand sewing and decorating small pocket hearts which will be given to people who need a little kindness in their lives, no matter what the problem.
We had a lovely time making our hearts which are pictured as well enjoying a lovely lunch together.
Photo above L-R: Pat, Jean, Charmaine, Margaret, Jill, and Michelle (Photographer Christine not in photo)
Book Presentation to Local School
Gympie VIEW recently made the annual book donation presentation to the Gympie East State School, which is always well received.
Photo opposite: Glynis and Barbara with school representatives
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...