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 eight 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.
- Jean: 0409 268 646
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Left to right – Robyn, Jean, Marian Judy C, Louise, Anne, NC Lyn Masters, Judy W and Coralie
A special morning tea was held for our newest members on Saturday 23 February. Our special interest groups (walking, Mahjong and Book Club) provided details of each group and invited new members to join any of the groups. Several new members are learning to play mah-jong and others have joined the walking group to enjoy more fun and friendship. This was a very enjoyable event.
Kenmore Evening 28th Birthday
Kenmore VIEW Club celebrated its 28th birthday in July 2018. Members enjoyed a delightful birthday lunch, lots of lucky door prizes, raffles and cake cutting and of course ‘Happy Birthday.’ The cake was cut by two of our original Members, Nan and Diana. The Bunnings raffle, which was a great fundraiser for the students we support, was also drawn, with prizes mostly going to Members of the Club. We were joined by Members of Chapel Hill VIEW Club to celebrate our birthday with fun and friendship aplenty.
Kenmore VIEW Club is the oldest Club in Brisbane by a few weeks. In her welcome, President Anne provided a synopsis of the achievements and changes in the Club over the past 28 years. She also provided a detailed outline of the ways in which the Club had assisted The Smith Family from the very early days of counselling, handing out clothes and food parcels and then the “Educate’ program which then became ‘Learning for Life.’
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QB02 ZONE CONFERENCE
QB02 Zone Conference was held at Lennox Street Bowling Club, Maryborough on13th September 2018 Fiftyseven members and guests from Gympie, Hervey Bay and Fraser Coast VIEW Clubs with guests from Maryborough gathered together for a very informative and entertaining day.Read more...
Blue Illusion Shopping Day Announced
Your Invitation to Blue Illusion National Shopping Day and Styling Workshop 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...