Geelong Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1993, and will celebrate our 28th birthday in October 2021.
We are a small club with a focus on building strong and lasting friendships.
We have an active social and fundraising calendar.
Currently our club sponsors three Learning for Life students for The Smith Family.
We are dedicated in making a difference to the lives of our Learning for Life students.
We look forward to welcoming new members or visitors to join our wonderful group.
- Meeting Day on 3rd Monday each month
- Held at Waurn Ponds Hotel,
217 Colac Road, WAURN PONDS
- At 6.15 for 6.45 pm
- Please make contact below if you would like to come along
- President: Prue Farnsworth
- Phone: 0418 820 754
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Committee Geelong Evening View Club 2021
At our February meeting we installed our new Committee for 2021, and here they are!, What a beautiful bunch of ladies! Congratulations to all.
Photo above L-R: Gail, Gwendy, Rachel, Meryl, Prue, Jean, Barb, Shaaron, and Mary with Marg Woodhouse
Sheryl, Jan, Shaaron and Ros
Gwendy, Belinda, (Marg Woodhouse) and Margaret
Message from our President
Hello lovely ladies,
I am really looking forward to serving you and our Club as President in 2021. I hope you are all staying connected in these challenging times. Like you, my past routines have had to be put on hold and this can be disconcerting. However I am actually enjoying this new found opportunity to re-think my behaviours both socially and financially. I’m enjoying this time to think and reflect.
My life had slowed down with the absence of deadlines and schedules, to a more mindful pace, and I’m feeling at peace with myself. I’ve re-discovered the card game patience and my one thousand dot-to-dot picture book creations are now appearing. Our Club have mastered Zoom Conferencing and we are most proud of ourselves, and the wonderful way it has connected us all. But most importantly I am sure we are aware that by reaching out to others and helping those in need not only reflects our pledge, but demonstrates what we need most in this world at the moment. I am celebrating my friendships but I am also mindful that it is so important to BE a friend.
Stay well and happy my friends.
2020 International Women’s Day Lunch
The twelfth of March was a beautiful warm day as a dozen or so Geelong Evening VIEW ladies boarded the train in Geelong and met up with each other at various stops along the way into Southern Cross station. Then some taxied, some walked the short distance to Rivers Edge in Docklands.
The event was a brilliant success as always. The IWD theme was Each for Equal. An Equal World is an Enabled World. We heard National Vice President Beryl Pike deliver a rousing speech about the powers of women through past and recent times and we heard from General Manager of The Smith Family Anton Leschen. An emotional story was delivered by Emily Fioramonte who was a LFL student and is now studying at tertiary level about to fulfil her dreams of becoming a Human Rights Lawyer. We were all so moved by her words. Amanda Catanach from Catanach Jewellers spoke about her involvement in the family business over the years with all its struggles and successes.
A wonderful day was enjoyed by all, filled with lots of friendly chatter, a glorious view of the river from a huge window, amazing raffle prizes, lovely food and wines, and the company of the wonderful women of VIEW.
Resolution votes were tallied resulting in all three resolutions being carried.Read more...
Announcement - VIEW National Executive 2022-23
We have pleasure in announcing the VIEW National Executive 2022-23 which would normally have been announced at National Convention.Read more...
Purple Poncho Photo Competition Results
There were 64 entries which saw a fifth category Ponchos in Iso added with COVID-19 lockdowns in 2020 and due to the number of entrants Fun and Frivolous was divided into separate categories. Congratulations to all entrants.Read more...