Drysdale Day VIEW Club was formed in 2001.
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 4th Friday each month
- Held at Portarlington Golf Club
- At 11.00 am
- Diane 5251 2077
Maureen 0419 339 844
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Postal: PO Box 81, Drysdale. Vic. 3222
Drysdale Day VIEW Club Committee members for 2020
Drysdale Day VIEW Club Committee members for 2020 were officially sworn in and welcomed at our AGM by our new Zone Councillor, Judith Worland.
[Back row - left to right] Judith Worland - Zone Councillor, Wendy Simpson - Vice President, Vicki Loft - Publicity Officer, Maureen Linegar - Program Officer, (outings) Jan Rayson - Program Officer, (guest speakers) Sue Aspinall - Assistant Treasurer
[Front row - left to right] Maureen Mahoney - Secretary, Ethel Gibb - Delegate, Judy Knight - Treasurer.
Unfortunately, our new President, Diane Irons, and our Lunch Secretary, Pam Wright, were away on the day of our AGM and are not in the photo. We wish Diane and her team a successful 2020, filled with friendship, fun, and fundraisingKeep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Through fun, friendship, and fundraising, our club is committed to raising funds to sponsor five Learning for Life students, enabling them to get the most from their education through assistance and support from The Smith Family's Learning for Life program.
Our Club is actively involved in fundraising activities. Not only do we raise significant funds to support five Learning for Life students, but we also contribute to The Smith Family's Winter Appeal, Christmas Book and Toy Appeal and many Joyspreaders programs.
We meet monthly for lunch and meetings, which includes informative guest speakers, and fun activities. In addition to our meetings, we also enjoy many social outings, such as Ferry Trips, Mini-Golf, Morning Melodies, and many more.
Our many activity groups offer the opportunity for members with common interests to meet regularly and have fun. There are books, gardening, craft, and morning tea groups to name just a few. All these groups, are coordinated by Group Leaders and are well attended.
If you believe that supporting children with their education is the best way to break the cycle of disadvantage, then all you need to do is come along and join us, make new friends, have fun, while at the same time making a difference to the lives of young Australians.
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