Gympie VIEW Club was formed in 1995.
Currently, the Club sponsors three 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
- At GYMPIE RSL CLUB, Orchid Room
Elsie 07 5482 2955
Gympie VIEW Club trip to Hervey Bay
Gympie VIEW Club's annual trip away was to Hervey Bay this year. The seven ladies that made the trip met up for morning tea with some members of the Fraser Coast and Hervey Bay VIEW Clubs.
Shown in the photo are (from left to right), Jean Jennings Zone Councillor Fraser Coast Club, Jan Reedman and Glynis Vallmuur Gympie Club, Gillian Ryan Fraser Coast Club and Cecilia Peach Hervey Bay Club.
The Gympie Club had a fantastic time away, whale watching and visiting many of the attractions of the area, also had great meals at the well selected venues around the Bay.
Three best dressed winners on the day.
From left Annette Burke, Lorraine Wilson and Carol Tonagh.
Three of the members in their Roaring 20’s dresses.
From Left Glynis Vallmuur, Carol Tonagh and Esme Patterson.
2018 Gympie's Birthday in June
Seventeen visitors from Fraser Coast and Hervey Bay Clubs joined us for our Birthday celebrations.
Our entertainment troupes were the ”Moonshine Cloggers” and “Gusto” Ukulele Group who both joined in and dressed in Roaring 20’s outfits as well.
A fun time was had by all!
Elsa Meier was selected to cut the birthday cake as she had received her 20 year pin on the day.
2018 - March - Book Donation
Photo from our annual book donation the One Mile School was the recipient this year.
The VIEW Committee members from left to right are Glynis Vallmuur (Delegate and Publicity Officer), Esme Paterson (Secretary) and Else Matthews (President)
Blue Illusion Shopping Day Announced
Save the Date Blue Illusion have announced that they will be holding a Styling Workshop/National shopping day on Thursday 1 November 2018 in support of The Smith Family and VIEW Clubs.Read more...
QC01 Zone Conference Raffle Winners Parliament House
The prize was a dinner for 4 people at the Strangers Dining Room followed by a guided tour of Parliament House with Robert Molhoek MP member for Southport. Robert kindly donated this prize to our Zone Conference.Read more...
QC01 Zone Conference Nerang
QC01 Zone Conference was held at the Nerang RSL - Gold Coast on Thursday 26th July with 80 members attending with Learning for Life student, Jake Adam.Read more...