The Kenmore VIEW Club supports disadvantaged students and their families because all young people are entitled to a good education.
Formed in 1990, the club currently sponsors ten Learning for Life students. Although fund raising is our main goal, activities are organised to also enhance the lives of our own members.
There are social networking groups that meet at least monthly. Our club has several interest groups including two book clubs, walking, gardening,dining out groups plus a walking group, a Mahjong group and a movie group.
Luncheon meetings held monthly include guest speakers as well as lucky door prizes, raffles, book exchange, and at times a trading table.
New members are most welcome.
Contact Jean 0409 268 646, for further information about our club.
Monthly meetings are held every 3rd Monday of the month, commencing at 10.45 am for 11.15 am, at The Bellbowrie Tavern.
- Anne on 0418 878 129: or
- Marian on 0410 701 458
- email: email@example.com
Meet our 2021 Committee
New Year Message
As we begin a new VIEW year, hopefully without the disruptions experienced in 2020, Kenmore VIEW Committee and members continue to be committed to the ideals of VIEW and The Smith Family.
Together we maintain a club of friendship where everyone is welcome, where we support and connect with each other and contribute to society by making a difference to the lives of disadvantaged Australian children.
VIEW members receiving Service pins, Anne, Coralie, Judy and ZC Lerlene
State Member for Moggill, Dr Christian Rowan, President, Anne Bamford and Federal Member fo Ryan, Julian Simmons
Kenmore's 30th Birthday
In August, Kenmore VIEW Club celebrated it’s 30th Birthday in style with a meeting themed “Lunch at Tiffany’s” to acknowledge the Pearl Anniversary.
All looked extremely elegant, dressed in black, wearing pearls, pearls and more pearls.
Despite having to adhere to the COVID restrictions, the event attracted 68 members, guests and visitors including Federal Member of Parliament, Julian Simmons and State Member of Parliament Dr Christian Rowan. Both addressed the meeting with apologies for not wearing their pearls!
Zone Councillor, Lerlene Burrow also addressed the meeting and presented 30, 20 and 10 year service pins to eligible members.
A very special guest was Beth Fraser who, as National Councillor for QA, established the club in 1990.
Amanda Stein, of Panda Pearls, provided a fabulous display of Pearl Jewellery and very generously donated two valuable raffle prizes.
Members and guests were very supportive of the raffle and Trading Table raising much needed funds for the support of our ten Learning for Life Students.
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