Berwick Springs VIEW Club was formed in 2003.
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 first Monday each month
At 11.30 am
Cranbourne RSL Club, 1475 South Gippsland Highway, Cranbourne
- Patricia: 03 8786 5557
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Berwick Springs VIEW Club, by way of a generous donation by Joan and Frank Lindsay (picture), donated beautifully made wooden toys to Doveton College. The toys will be distributed to the Early Learning Centre and by the Chaplain to needy children.
Berwick Springs VIEW Club meets on the third Monday of the month. For inquiries please contact Patricia Woodruff on 03 8786 5557. New members are welcome.
2017 Donated Stationery
Members of the Berwick Springs VIEW Club with some of the kitchen/garden/stationery items donated by members for Stationery Week.
Berwick Springs VIEW Club meets on the third Monday of the Month. New members welcome. Contact Patricia on (03) 8786 5557.
Successful Annual Box Auction 2017
Berwick Springs VIEW Club held their annual Box Auction at their April meeting. Members brought beautifully boxed gifts to be auctioned. Bidding was enthusiastic and competitive raising $634. A fantastic result with the money raised going towards supporting the Club's four Learning for Life students.
Berwick Springs View Club meets at 11.30am on the third Monday of the month. New members are most welcome. Inquiries to Patricia on 03 8786 5557 or Jenny on 03 8794 7357.
Publicing VIEW to Rotarians
Berwick Springs VIEW Club was invited by the Berwick Rotary Club to speak to Rotarians about VIEW.
Jan Williamson, President, and Patricia Woodruff, Secretary and Publicity Officer attended. Patricia spoke about how VIEW in general, and Berwick Springs VIEW Club in particular, helps disadvantaged young Australians get the most out of their education through the Learning for Life program.
The talk was very well received by the Rotarians, with Patricia fielding many questions about VIEW and the Learning for Life program.
Berwick Springs VIEW club welcomed Rosie Batty as Guest Speaker at their August Lunch Meeting. Although Rosie’s time was limited, she highlighted that family violence covered, physical and psychological violence, as well as what is being done at present and what needs to be done the combat family violence in the future.
Berwick Springs VIEW Club held their annual Postie Party in August. Thirty-eight ladies attended the fashion parade and enjoyed a soup and sandwich lunch. Funds raised on the day ($736.00) going to support their Learning for Life students.
Christmas Club News
Berwick Springs VIEW Club members and guests had a thoroughly enjoyable Christmas lunch. Club member, Kerryn Suttie, entertained us with her beautiful voice and led everyone in singing Christmas carols. Santa arrived to wish everyone a Merry Christmas.
Berwick Springs VIEW Club meets on the third Monday of the month at Kilgerron Homestead, 180 Narre Warren – Cranbourne Road, Narre Warren South.
New members welcome. Enquiries to Tricia on 8786 5557.
VA Thanks Anne Marmion
Anne Marmion joined The Smith Family in 2006. She has led the Southern Metro Learning for Life team. This has been across some of Victoria's most disadvantaged communities - Collingwood and Dandenong.Read more...
2018 VA Gala
The 2018 VA Gala was held on Thursday 21st June at Karralyka Centre Ringwood Vic. 160 VIEW members, VIEW dignitaries and visitors enjoyed a fantastic day which had the theme "If you are happy and you know it"! Everyone wore their happy colours to brighten the shortest day of the year.Read more...
VA01 Trip to Portarlington
May 2018 A lovely day was had by all thirty-two ladies from the Eltham, Greensborough and Heidelberg VIEW Clubs on their combined trip to Portarlington.Read more...
WA State Conference
The idea of holding a Development Conference is to spread the word about VIEW and The Smith Family to a wider audience in WA, as well as give local women and those new to VIEW the opportunity to attend a “Convention-like” event.
VIEW National Convention 2019
Save the Date for National Convention 2019