Moreton Bay VIEW Club was formed in 1997.
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.
Members make new friends and lifetime friends by attending our monthly luncheon meeting at the Redland Sporting Club as well as participating in a variety of social occasions around the Redlands community. Visitors, guest and prospective new members are warmly welcomed to our friendly club at our lunchtime meetings held on the second Thursday of every month.
Members of our club are a wonderful and diverse group of women from many walks of life and life stages.
Our VIEW Club members enjoy much fun, laughter and a variety of social activities with like-minded women, who also become good friends. As a group we support financially disadvantaged Australian children's education.
- Meeting Day on 2nd Thursday each month
- 11 am for 11.30 am
- at Redlands Sporting Club
- Ann: 07 3286 9650
- 0438 869 650
- Barbara: 07 3396 3865
- 0409 963 865
Moreton Bay VIEW Club 2020 Committee
L to R Pam; Ann (President); Diana; Gwen; Joy; Barb; Trish; Carol; Brenda (Treasurer)absent.
Our Feburary AGM Committee members were sworn in by View Member Margaret. We also had the honour of hosting Lurleen Burrows Zone Counsellor. Very well attended and interesting Meeting
2020 February outing
Our members and some visiting members from local View Clubs enjoyed a delightful morning tea at “The French Table Restaurant”. So much fun and laughter as always.
2020 March Meeting
Our guest speaker was Megan Imber who is the manager of the Redlands Performing Arts Centre. Megan spoke about the behind the scenes running of the RPAC and she gave some very interesting highlights and told about some of the quirks of some performers.
Of course our meetings and outings (like all others) have been suspended until our world gets back to normal. Until then please stay safe and well everyone and hopefully we will see you all soon.
Laughter in December
At our December meeting we were introduced to Laughter Yoga by the appropriately named Heatherjoy Campbell. We all laughed so hard it wasn’t possible to get many good photos!
All dressed up in our Christmas outfits, we ended the day by singing Carols followed by Auld Lang Syne.
A Very Full November
The theme for out November meeting was “A Day at the Country Races” with a competition for the most glamorous hat and for the silliest hat.
We also held a Bring and Buy Stall to raise money for the Smith family’s “Learning for Life” programme.
Our guest speaker was Lisa McLean from Queensland Rail who showcased some of Queensland’s iconic rail journeys.
A Bonny Visit to City Hall
This month we enjoyed an outing to Brisbane’s City Hall to see a Scottish Concert billed as “A Trip to Bonny Scotland – a tartan rug to the land of heather, haggis and hairy cows”. We couldn’t help but sing along to some of the songs.
Of course our day had to include morning tea at the “Shingle Inn” and lunch at the Red Cross Café.
October 2019 Meeting
Our guest speaker at our lunch meeting was a member of the Queensland Police Force. He spoke of his amazing experiences both in the Police Force and as a former member of the US Army serving in Panama and Iraq.
The Sound Of Music In October
In October we enjoyed a concert at the Redland Performing Arts Complex featuring the music of Julie Andrews.
We also met for our regular coffee and chat at “Arabica Café” at Cleveland.
Sunny 2019 September
At our September Meeting we had a guest lecturer from the Royal Automobile Club of Queensland (RACQ) who spoke on “Driving for the Future” (just in case any of us ever get old!)
This month we enjoyed a bus trip to Mount Tamborine with lunch at St Bernard’s Hotel .
On another occasion the sun shone as we caught the ferry to Macleay Island for lunch at Club Macleay.
Photos below from Lunch on Macleay Island
2019 August Birthday
The theme for our 22nd Birthday was “ The Fifties “.
Members were delighted to receive a visit from the newly crowned Queen Elizabeth who presented 20year badges and even conferred a knighthood.
Other personalities from the fifties included Doris Day, 3 Olympians from the 1956 Melbourne Olympics and Marilyn Monroe who sang “Happy Birthday “.
We enjoyed a performance of Rock’n’roll and ended with “The Twist and a singalong to “Que Sera Sera”. Such a fun day!
We celebrated “Xmas in July “at the Grandview Hotel at Cleveland.
2019 Christmas in July
An Active June
In June we giggled our way through Barefoot Bowls at Cleveland Bowls Club.
Meeting Buddy in April
At our April meeting we had a visit from Buddy the Story Dog and his handler who told us of the program which involves having children read to dogs. The resulting increased enthusiasm for reading is remarkable and many children show amazing improvement.
Our May outing is to a performance of “Caruso to Carreras” at the Redlands Performing Arts Centre.
Guest speaker at the meeting luncheon was from “Rosies” the organisation providing chats and human contact to the homeless.
On another occasion we met for a fun coffee morning at “Arabica Cafe” at Cleveland.
MARCH TRIP TO COOCHIEMUDLO ISLAND
In March we enjoyed a trip to Coochiemudlo Island where we had lunch at the “Red Rock Cafe”.
February High Tea
In February we enjoyed High Tea at “3 Tiers Cafe” at Ormiston
NEW COMMITTEE SWORN IN
At our February meeting our new committee members were sworn in by National Councillor Lyn Masters. We are all looking forward to a year filled with fun and the satisfaction of knowing we are supporting such a worthy cause in the Smith Family’s” Learning for Life” program.
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