Warrnambool VIEW Club was formed in 1995.
Currently, the Club sponsors seven 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 Day on Last Monday each month
- Held at Warrnambool Bowls Club, Timor Street, Warrnambool
- At 11.15 am
- Christine on 0439 811 870
- Email: email@example.com
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About Warrnambool VIEW
The Warrnambool Day VIEW Club began in 1995 with 20 members. Today we have 76 members and are proudly preparing celebrations for our 25th birthday next year. Our membership includes two original members and many with over ten and twenty years of service, which says a lot for the friendship and support within the club.
Originally we regularly transported goods to the Collingwood Smith Family centre including toys, hand knitted baby clothes and rugs made by our members. But as the emphasis of the Smith family changed to education – better a hand up than a hand out - we have shifted towards raising money while still enjoying the friendship and care of each other, which is the core ethos of VIEW.
We now proudly support and encourage seven students in the “Learning for Life “Program, which begins at Primary Level and may continue up to Tertiary Level.
We meet once a month at the Warrnambool Bowls Club, where there is an average attendance of 50 plus. There are two hostesses to greet people and make them welcome. There is a short meeting, and lunch, followed by an interesting speaker or entertainment. Our dedicated program officers organise two outings each month, which are varied and sure to be a lot of fun. There are two activity groups which take place once a fortnight: Scrabble and A Morning Walk along the Seafront. There is also a "Loose End” Group - a list of members who provide contact details and their interests and who would be happy to meet for a coffee or a trip to the cinema. The club has an almoner who ensures that the well being of members who may be ill or needing assistance is catered for.
We are a happy and friendly group of women, who want to make a difference, so join us to meet new friends and have fun, while actively contributing to the value of education.
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...