Kawana Waters VIEW Club was formed in 1993. Each year we celebrate our birthday in November.
Currently, the Club sponsors five 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.
- Meeting Day on 4th Wednesday
- at Kawana Surf Club
- 11 am for 11.30 am start
Enquiries: Pam 0427 650 884
Luncheon Bookings/Apologies: Terrie 0408 789 449
Visitors are always welcome. For luncheon bookings, please phone Terrie on 0408 789 449 before 10 am Thursday of the week prior to the meeting.
Members, you are always welcome to bring a friend but please let Terrie know.
Members are all on a permanent list. Apologies please to Terrie 0408 789 449 before 10 am Thursday prior to the meeting. If you do not cancel you will be charged for your lunch in accordance with VIEW policy.
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
2022 Kawana Waters Committee
2022 Remaining Luncheons
2022 Remaining Planned Outing Dates
August 3rd: Fashion Parade with fashions by Portofino
at IRT Community Hall, 242 Parklands Boulevard, Meridan Plains.
Doors open at 9.30 for morning tea and parade at 10 am. Tables of six.
Fashions on sale after the parade. Raffles and lucky door prizes.
For tickets, contact Sandra on 0409 726 750 or Lorraine on 0402 808 685.
What we've been doing
July 2022 Lunch Meeting
Below: Margaret (centre) receives her Past National Councillor badge from President Sandra (right), and new member Lyn (left) receives her membership badge
Below and below left: Some of our members who made spectacles of themselves to celebrate 100 years of The Smith Family
July 2022: Christmas in July
Here are some of our members getting into the spirit of this unseasonal event.
On 13th July Kawana VIEW Club members celebrated Christmas in July at Golden Beach Tavern.
The raffle ladies were hard at work as usual congratulating another winner.
8th July 2022 Walk With a VIEW
Kawana Waters members after taking part in Walk with a VIEW from Alexandra Headland Surf Club to Mooloolaba Surf Club and return. Walkers were rewarded with scones, jam and cream on completion. Thank you, Maroochydore VIEW and Alex Surf Club!
Five members of Kawana Waters VIEW Club were delighted to meet our National President— Marg Woodhouse—on her recent visit to the Sunshine Coast.
L to R - Terrie (Program Officer), Margaret (Past National Councillor), Marg (National President), Sandra (President), Pam (Secretary), Toni (Vice President).
2022.06 National President's Morning Tea
May 2022 Outing
On 11th May members, along with some of their husbands, enjoyed lunch at Maroochy River Golf Club.
Below: Pam and Margaret
Below: Rosemary and Betty
Below: Sandra, Bev, Pam and Graeme
December 2021 Christmas Lunch at Wildflower Restaurant, Birtinya
October 2021 Luncheon
Kawana Surf Club was a great venue with stunning views for our October meeting. The new 2022 committee is a good mix of old and new members. (See photo above.)
Our guest speakers were Jacki and Janelle from STEMM (Support Teenagers with Education, Mothering and Mentoring). They shared their unique program supporting 26 girls tailored around their education, social, physical and emotional needs.
September 2021 Outing: Pelican Waters/Pumicestone Passage Cruise
8th September was a perfect day for 24 Caloundra VIEW members and three husbands to cruise the Pumicestone Passage from Pelican Waters, past Caloundra and Bribie Island and return, including morning tea. Lunch at Pelican Waters Tavern completed a fantastic day.
International Women's Day
Letter to VIEW Members in recognition of International Women’s Day and the ongoing support of VIEW from Doug Taylor, CEO The Smith Family.Read more...
Make a Spectacle Competition
Make a spectacle for you and your friends... as part of VIEW celebrating The Smith Family’s Centenary of commitment to improving the lives of Australian children.Read more...
Resolution votes were tallied resulting in all three resolutions being carried.Read more...