Southern Peninsula VIEW Club was formed in 2019.
Club members are 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 2nd Thursday of the month at 10.00 am for 10.30 am start
- Location - Rosebud Country Club
Sandra Phone - 0428 240 153
- email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Southern Peninsula Formed
Victoria’s newest VIEW Club has officially formed. Southern Peninsula VIEW held their Inauguration Function on Thursday 14th March 2019 at the Rosebud Country Club.
Meet our Committee
Upcoming Meetings 2019
Our speakers for the Winter monthly meetings
Thursday 11th July
Speaker – Robyn Erwin, from Wellsprings for Women that provides support for education, well-being, social support and partnership programs for women in Dandenong, Casey and Cardinia.
Thursday 8th August
Speaker – Jessica Turner, Forensic Officer, DNA analysis Unit, Victoria Police.
Thursday 12th September
Speaker – Susan Reynoldson, Community Project Manager, from Mornington Peninsula Shire. Susan will talk about the Men’s Shed movement and the roles of women in that organisation. A few members from local men’s sheds may also join us.
Activities in the works
We have been seeking interest in setting up a book club in conjunction with Frankston library. We are delighted that the first club of 10 members will meet on the third Friday of the month at Seawinds Community Hub commencing Friday 19th July 2019.
If there is sufficient interest a second club of 10 participants may be formed. The cost is $150 per year per club ($15 per person) or for remainder of this year $75 ($7.50 per person) paid up front. The list of books can be accessed here and they need to be requested at the start, they also come with questions for discussion. Requests can be put in for future books that aren’t on the list. Any members interested can contact Faye Burnham via email email@example.com
Tuesday 16th July
Join us for some fun at our Christmas in July lunch to be held at 12:00pm in the Rye RSL (11 Nelson Street, Rye). The cost is $22 for seniors or $27 for younger members, which includes a three course traditional Christmas meal. In order to confirm numbers for our booking please advise Faye Burnham (Program Officer) on 0411 865 836 as soon as possible.
Friday 26th July
Join us at Peninsula Cinemas Sorrento (26 Ocean Beach Road Sorrento) at 10:45 for an 11:00am showing of the movie ‘The Keeper’. “A young English woman and a soccer-playing German POW overcome prejudice, public hostility and personal tragedy near the end of World War II.” This will be followed by a get together at a local Sorrento café. Cost for the movie is $10 provided we have more than 10 in attendance:
Contact Mandy (0405 942 599) or Faye (0411 865 836) to confirm attendance.
Tuesday 13th August
A one-off belly dancing class for VIEW members will be held at 12:30pm in the Rye Community House (27 Nelson Street, Rye). Bring along your ‘seven veils’ or just a long fabric scarf and wear loose fitting clothing. The cost is $5.00 please contact Faye Burnham (Program Officer) on 0411 865 836 to indicate your interest.
Sunday 29th September – Sausage sizzle fundraiser Bunnings Rosebud.
October/November (Date TBC) – Cake and Craft stall Bunnings Rosebud.
Thursday 5th December – Christmas lunch at Rosebud Country Club.
On Thursday 13th June 2019 the Southern Peninsula VIEW Club welcomed the speaker for our monthly meeting Kerryn Ladell from the Rye Community House. Kerryn spoke passionately about the history and development of the Community House movement from its original inception in the 1970’s until today.
The Rye Community House started in 1984 with playgroups, drop-in coffee mornings and adding art, craft and aerobic classes.
Today the Rye Community House is located in a purpose built facility and the activities have expanded to include IT classes, arts/crafts, health and well-being, sustainability and offers childcare.
On Thursday 27th June 2019 members of Southern Peninsula VIEW Club attended a showing of the movie YESTERDAY at Peninsula Cinemas Sorrento followed by lunch at Just Fine Food Sorrento the home of the famous Sorrento Vanilla Slice. Feedback from those in attendance was that ‘Yesterday’ is a very enjoyable feel good movie with the fantastic music of the Beatles, which was enjoyed by all.
On Friday 28th June 2019 members of the Southern Peninsula VIEW Club were delighted to attend the Mornington VIEW Clubs 25th Anniversary lunch. It was great to meet with so many like-minded women from the Mornington club.
On Thursday 9th May 2019 the Southern Peninsula VIEW Club held a Mothers Day High Tea at the Seahorse Café – Seawinds Community Hub in Capel Sound. This was followed by a tour of the Seawinds community centre. The day was a great success and all who attended had a fabulous time.
On Thursday 16th May 2019 the Southern Peninsula VIEW Club welcomed our monthly meeting speaker the author Goldie Alexander. Goldie spoke about the inspiration for her young adults books and how she aims to show how Shakespeare’s characters and plots still hold relevance for today. Modern young women and men in contemporary and futuristic settings have replaced the 17th century characters and language. Her books include Gap Year Nanny (Based upon Macbeth), The Trytth Chronicles (Based upon The Tempest) and Changing History (Based upon Romeo and Juliet).
On Saturday 18th May Southern Peninsula VIEW Club held a very successful Cake and Craft stall at Bunnings Rosebud. On very short notice the members of the club mobilised and produced some delicious treats, which sold very well to the local community. Thanks to Bunnings Rosebud for the opportunity for this excellent fundraiser.
VIEW Club President Natalie Derri & Author Goldie Alexander
On Thursday 11th April 2019 the Southern Peninsula VIEW Club welcomed guest speaker Julie Cowan from Search and Rescue Dogs Australia (SARDA) a volunteer not-for-profit organisation that uses dogs to locate survivors.
SARDA search dogs locate survivors by air scenting; they do not track. The dogs are trained to search off lead. They scan the area to pick up the scent of human breath, and then narrow in on the source. Working off lead, they are able to cover large areas very efficiently.
Julie provided an informative and very entertaining presentation on her organisations activities and achievements. Julie was accompanied by fellow volunteer Kerry Hanson and Tank a fully trained Black Labrador.
Victoria’s newest VIEW Club has officially formed. Southern Peninsula VIEW Club held its Inauguration Function on Thursday 14th March 2019 at the Rosebud Country Club. The VIEW National Executive joined more than 100 VIEW members from other Victorian clubs, and team members from The Smith Family, to welcome, support and inspire the new club’s 44 inaugural members.
Anton Leschen, The Smith Family’s General Manager Victoria, attended the event and gave a speech about The Smith Family and VIEW’s unique partnership. Southern Peninsula’s inaugural Club President, Natalie Derri, accepted the Club Charter and spoke on behalf of the clubs new members.
Southern Peninsula VIEW Inaugural Committee with Anton Leschen (Smith Family General Manager Victoria) and Jan Roberts (VIEW National President)
On Tuesday 19th March Jude Ritter represented Southern Peninsula VIEW Club at the VIEW Zone Delegates meeting.
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...