Bendigo Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1994.
Currently, the Club sponsors eleven 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 each month at 6pm for 6.30pm
Club meets at Kangaroo Flat Sports Club
Meal Bookings - email firstname.lastname@example.org
- PO Box 4054, Bendigo Vic 3552
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L to R: Cheryl Scully, Tricia King, Jocelyn Cato, Cherie Watkins (Zone Councillor), Elaine Smart, Marg Andrea, Mary Spender, Marg Honeybone, Yvonne Hargreaves, Deidre McDougall, Maree Cashen. Missing from photo is Sue Rawlings, Secretary
25 Years of VIEW in Bendigo
The Bendigo Evening VIEW Club recently celebrated its 25th Birthday and held an enjoyable lunch at the Kangaroo Flat Sports Club. Seventy three VIEW members and guests attended, with many travelling long distances to join the celebrations. Special guest on the day was the Mayor of Bendigo, Councillor Margaret O’Rourke.
Photo above: L-R Mayor of Bendigo, Councillor Margaret O’Rourke with Bendigo VIEW members Cheryl and Robyn
Photo Above: The Silhouettes had our toes tapping
Photo above: Five original Bendigo VIEW members cut the cake L-R Sunnie, Jenny, Elaine, Margaret and Sue
A lovely evening at the Bendigo Stadium where 86 members, family and friends enjoyed the fund raising dinner.
The usual lolly jars raised $316.75
Bendigo View club held a Craft day (and will hold another) to make Christmas trees to sell on a craft stall in November.
Sausage Sizzle raising funds
Myint, Sunni and Seisei our speaker from the Karen (Burmese) community. Seisei works with the 1000 Karen refugees who live in Bendigo.
The women of VIEW in Zone VC 01/02 took knitting to new levels recently when
many of them donated thousands of hours to knit woollen squares that were
later sewn into rugs or cushion covers for use in the three Learning for
Life Centres in the Zone. Although the expertise of the work and the beauty
of the finished products were exceptional, the kindness of the women who
knitted and constructed the finished products was heart warming and left me
quite over-awed. In a more literal sense these goods will bring comfort and
warmth to the children we serve.
At our February meeting, we rewarded ourselves with a special cake congratulating all the workers who did Christmas wrapping at Marketplace and Lansell Plaza Shopping Centres in Bendigo.
We raised the magnificent sum of $4,270.30
2018 Social Breakfast
Around 20 ladies enjoyed a breakfast at Lazy Moes in Bendigo
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