Geelong Day VIEW Club was formed in 2008.
We are an enthusiastic and friendly group of women who want to serve our local and wider communities and make a difference, so join us to meet new friends and have fun, while actively contributing to your community.
Our Club supports six Learning for Life students with scholarships, donates school stationery packs and funds for The Smith Family’s toy and book appeal for children in need at Christmas time.
Our members sew library bags and chair covers for new pep students about to start their school life. Social events include a fashion parade, soup and sandwich luncheon and a birthday celebration dinner. We welcome new members, so join our happy group.
- Meeting Day on 1st Monday each month
Karingal Eastern Hub - 285A McKillop Street, East Geelong. On the corner of Humble Street, behind the Eastern Cemetery
- At 11.30am
- Phone - Yvonne: 03 52226986
- or: 0439 873 411
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- PO Box 189, Geelong, Vic 3220
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Birthday Legs 11
The Geelong Day VIEW Club celebrated their 11th birthday by kicking up their legs to a few tunes. A demonstration of line dancing had the ladies up on their feet trying out the basic steps, and showing off their gorgeous legs in coloured stockings.
A couple of bright sparks were quite risque having borrowed their tights from their grandchildren. A great fun day enjoyed by all!
Geelong Day View Members L-R Judith, Di, Joanne, Jan and Lee
A spectacular display of Bridal Fashions through the decades.
The Geelong Day VIEW Club held a highly successful Easter Bridal High Tea on Monday, 15 April, at the truly beautiful Chateau Antoinette, Lara. The wonderful display of vintage bridal gowns dated from 1926 through to the year 2000. The wedding dresses were displayed on shop models and memorabilia and wedding photos were on show around an ornate indoor swimming pool.
The champagne flowed along with savouries and petite cakes of all varieties in abundance and a maestro played the grand piano with soft background music. The 140 ladies attending were dressed to impress for the occasion in their very best wedding outfits, some having travelled from as far away as Castlemaine, Elwood and Bendigo.
This very special fundraiser will help support our Learning for Life students.
Well done to the wonderful hard working committee.
Books for Geelong Children
A car loaded to capacity with books and stationary items were delivered by Judith and Monica to the VIEW Office in North Geelong where they were very gratefully accepted.
The 54 ladies in our club are enthusiastic about suppling these essential supplies to the deserving children in Geelong's northern suburbs.
Photos of Monica and Judith with Effie
Geelong Day VIEW Club’s awe inspiring achievements for 2018
The dynamic ladies of the Geelong Day VIEW club have worked diligently all year to produce a wonderful array of essentials to distribute throughout the Geelong community. They knitted 790 beanies and 66 mittens, some of which go to the newly enrolled prep children of the Northern suburbs to keep them warm in winter. Also knitted were 42 premature baby beanies, 117 scarves and 35 very colourful rugs.
Thank you to Jean Smith who distributes the items.
Left to right Yvonne Edward Judith Worland June Breguet and Janet Pavlakis
Our wonderful sewing team made 381 Library bags which are essential for Prep students to enable them to borrow books.To top off that 1727 brand new books (worth over $30,000) which came to us via the Geelong Juvenile Literacy Program, were delivered to The Smith Family’s Northern Bay College office during September. What an Effort!!
We supplied Bethany with 150 draw string Pamper Packs beautifully sewed thanks to Vera Spurling and filled with essentials such as deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrush comb, shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, soap and tissues. A huge thank you to Pam Oke and her team of happy packers.
Our fund raiser for the year was a successful Fashion Parade by Montana Fashions and thanks to that committee we raised over $2,000. This enable the Club to purchase multiple Joy Spreaders, Book Vouchers and support our 6 Learning for Life students. All round a very satisfying and profitable year.
Monday 22nd October 100 women enjoyed a Fashion Parade held at the East Geelong Golf Course.
The beautiful clothes were modeled by the talented members of the Geelong Day VIEW Club. Dressed in the very latest fashions they showed the women how to mix and match their outfits.
A demonstration was given on how to tie your scarf so it stays flat and tidy around your neck.
Lunch as usual was a gourmets delight with quiches, sausage rolls, sandwiches, topped of by the delicious sweets which even included home made vanilla slices.
A huge thank you to the wonderful committee who helped to make the day flow along so nicely. Also thank you to Montana Fashions from Portarlington who provided the clothes.
Funds raised will go toward our 6 students in the Learning For Life Program.
Geelong Day VIEW helping students to sew
The Geelong Day VIEW Club was approached by Smith Family to run an 8 week sewing program in a North Geelong school to give 14 students some sewing skills. Vera Spurling together with her friend Rose Rossi very kindly put their hands up for the challenge.
Students were shown how to make a sampler, how to sew a hem, and how to sew on a button, to help them to repair their uniforms.
They designed a cushion each and hand sewed and appliquéd bits onto the delightfully coloured cushions. They were delighted and very proud of the result as the photo shows.
LIBRARY BAGS FROM GEELONG DAY VIEW CLUB
AND MORE !
Geelong Day VIEW club donated three boxes of stationary goods including pencils, rubbers, pencil cases, backpacks, hats, and 30 soccer balls.
All gathered by the ladies for deserving children in Geelong. They also delivered over 130 Library bags which they took the time to sew. They will be put to good use to keep the books tidy and in good order.
2019 Area VA Gala
Members from Zones VA01, VA02 and VA03 attended the 2019 VA Gala at The Karralyka Centre in Ringwood. It may have been a rainy day outside but it was sunshine inside as the room buzzed with the excitement of a wonderful day of friendship, learning and fun.Read more...
2019 Area VA Bunnings May VIEW Promotions
May 2019 Stephanie, on behalf of Thomastown Bunnings presented Sandi Muntisov, National Councillor Area VA, with 20 yellow pots of yellow and orange violas as well as a $50 Bunnings voucher.Read more...
2019 May VA01
Eighteen members from three VA01 VIEW Clubs, Heidelberg, Banyule and Plenty Valley headed off together to the magnificent Mallee-Wimmera area of Victoria. The main focus of the trip was to view the amazing silo art that has been created over the past three or so yearsRead more...