Greensborough Evening VIEW Club was established in 1993.
Our members are offered the opportunity to enjoy various activities - monthly morning teas, knitting and scrabble groups, a yearly weekend away, day outings and games nights.
Best of all, we offer the opportunity to meet new friends while sharing a two course meal and listening to a guest speaker.
Our six Learning for Life students are the major focus of our fundraising.
We are dedicated to making a difference, along with The Smith Family to disadvantaged children.
If you would like to join us for dinner one evening, we would love to hear from you.
Dinner Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Meeting Evening on 4th Monday each month
- Heidelberg Golf Club, Main Road, Lower Plenty
- Judy on 03 9439 2086
Judy mobile - 0423 739 785
- Email: email@example.com
- Email Dinner Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
2020 Greensborough Evening VIEW Committee
International Women's Day
LFL Student, Emily and her Mum
Gail, Mary, Bev, Lesley and Lois
Dalia, Wendy and Ruth
20 March IWD
Eighteen GEVC ladies attended IWD @ Rivers Edge Events, Docklands on Thursday 12th of March.
A fabulous day was had by all. Highlight of the day goes to Emily a Learning for Life student who talked about her ongoing journey with The Smith Family. Keynote speaker was Amanda Catanach from Catanach Jewellers.
Jenny and Lyn
Judy Marg Nancy Pam Lois
Greensborough started the year with the induction of their 2020 committee by new VA01 Zone Councillor, Lorraine Beazley. Guest speaker was Adrian Dickens talking about Princess Diana's Jewels. Members were asked to wear a tiara to help set the scene. A very informative speaker."
"Greensborough Evening VIEW Club celebrated Christmas with the fabulous Don McQueen, Bush Balladeer and Poet.
Visitors from Banyule and Eltham VIEW Clubs, friends, family and members enjoyed a fun night.
Don came highly recommended and did not disappoint - he was hilarious!"
Four GEVC ladies helped Chelsea/Mordialloc VIEW Club celebrate Oaks Day.
Marg, Mary, Judy and Jennie had a great day making new friends and helping another Club raise funds for their Learning for Life Students.
2019 October Dinner Meeting
Bev Ward, member and Auctioneer waved her magic wand and raised over $1000 for our Learning for Life Students. Our ladies bring along goods and then buy them back!
Always a fun night.
Sunday 20th October, 36 members and partners had a wonderful lunch at Shaw’s Road Winery in Arthurs Creek where the wonderful staff really looked after us! It was a lovely afternoon where partners were able to share in all the fun and friendship our Club has to offer.
Ten ladies from GEVC attended the fabulous Convention held at the Novotel Twin Waters Resort on the Sunshine Coast.
VIEW members listened to inspirational Australians - Prof. Lisa Harvey- Smith, Kathleen Noonan, Di Morrissey AM, Alison Harrington, facilitated by Caroline Hutchinson.
Day two was the Writer’s Festival. Special Guest Speaker, Dr. Craig Challenge OAM, The Smith Family Ambassador.
Our ladies attended The Beach Party on Friday night and The Mystical Masquerade Ball on Saturday night.
We are all looking forward to Convention in 2021 which is being held in Adelaide.
Andrea Zilberman from KOGO shared an inspiring presentation showing how all the knitting done by our members is distributed.
The pictures show only a small sample of the knitted beanies, scarves, jumpers and toys that GEVC ladies knit all year long!
It was so nice to know how much the items were appreciated.
Gabby Seymour, local physiotherapist, talked about the importance of exercise for good health.
Gabby showed our members a few easy but effective exercises that can be done at home. A fun night was had by all.
May 2019 Outing
Our outing on 5th May was to Bear's Castle at Yan Yean. Following an informative talk on the history of the castle, morning tea of home-cooked wonderful cakes and slices was served at the homestead.
Below left: Elie, Judy, Ruth
Ten members from Greensborough Evening VIEW Club attended 'Food, Fashion & Forensic Sculpture' at The Bendigo Club. The fashion parade was presented by Black Pepper. Forensic Sculptor Jennifer Mann was truly amazing.
The picture shows Marg, Judy, Mary and Jennifer Mann.
2019 April Dinner Meeting
President Judy having a bit of fun with guest speaker Bev Moss. Bev spoke about 'Engaging with Ageing'.
"March Dinner Meeting, Elana McKinley (ex Vegas Showgirl) entertained our ladies.
Elana showed us some dance moves and beautiful head pieces, Elana was an extremely vibrant, entertaining Guest Speaker."
Picture is of Greensborough and the new Southern Peninsula VIEW Club ladies getting to know one another at their inaugural meeting in Rosebud.
Fabulous Easter hampers to be raffled at the March dinner meeting.
2020 Victorian International Women's Day
After speaking at the Vic IWD event, Anton was presented with his VIEW apron by Marg. She got him to model it whilst she modelled the new VIEW poncho and VIEW umbrella.Read more...
WA State Conference - Registration open
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.Read more...
Area VA Luncheon
It was a Celebration day for so many things VIEW! Outgoing Zone Councillors, Sandi Muntisov ( VA01 and VA03) and Lyn Peters ( VA02) organised a lunch at The Shoppingtown Hotel in Doncaster for members of the three areas.Read more...
Sydney 60th Anniversary Celebration - Sydney
We are pleased to announce VIEW's 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Celebrations will be held in Sydney on Thursday 23 July 2020. You are invited to come and join in the fun and celebrations….
60th Anniversary Gala - South Eastern Metropolitan Melbourne to the Mornington Peninsula & Gippsland
Save the date - celebration of VIEW's 60th Anniversary.
WA State Conference - 2020
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.