Warragul Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1988.
Currently, the Club sponsors two 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 on fourth Wednesday evening each month
- Held at The Black Tie, 90 Alfred Street, Warragul
- At 7.00 pm
Secretary Noel - 03 5623 3828 or
Mobile 0427 285 211
E-mail - email@example.com
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2017 AGM WARRAGUL
The first meeting and AGM of Warragul Evening VIEW Club was held on Wednesday, 1st February 2017 and as usual it was a lovely evening.
Trish Brooks, National Councillor, was our guest and was the Returning Officer for the AGM.
After receiving the Reports from the outgoing President, Treasurer and Social Activities Officer the President invited Trish Books to conduct the Election of Office Bearers for 2017. Trish then declared all positions vacant and read out the nominations for each position. As there was only one person nominated for each vacancy, all those nominated were duly elected. The 2017 Committee then took the Oath of Office and were warmly welcomed by all members present. The AGM closed at 8:30 pm and all members enjoyed the rest of the evening.
2019 International Women's Day Kooyong
On 7th March 143 VIEW members and guests attended the Kooyong Tennis Centre to celebrate International Women's Day and hear how we can ≠Balance for Better. Some of the guests had travelled from Wodonga and Bendigo. National Vice President Annette Schlafrig delivered the Executive address.Read more...
Blue Illusion Shopping Day Announced
Your Invitation to Blue Illusion National Shopping Day and Styling Workshop on Thursday 1 November 2018 in support of The Smith Family and VIEW Clubs.Read more...
VA Thanks Anne Marmion
Anne Marmion joined The Smith Family in 2006. She has led the Southern Metro Learning for Life team. This has been across some of Victoria's most disadvantaged communities - Collingwood and Dandenong.Read more...