WA Western Suburbs VIEW Club was formed in 2001.
Currently, the Club sponsors eight Smith Family Learning for Life students and is actively involved in fundraising activities to raise donations for The Smith Family programs.
We are also involved with The Smith Family run Roseworth Child and Parent Centre which we ﬁnd most satisfying
We welcome new members, so please get in touch today and come and see what it’s all about. We’ll make you very welcome.
- Meeting Day on 4th Wednesday each month at 10.00am
- Mt Claremont Community Centre
- Book Club on 1st Wednesday each month. Held at Cambridge Library ( Floreat Forum), at 10am- 12noon
- Outings On 2nd Wednesday each month. Held at diﬀerent place - check our Facebook Page
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Meet Our 2021 Committee
Western Suburbs has leapt into 2021 with great energy and enthusiasm! We have held our AGM and the newly elected officer bearers and committee have the year well organised. We have had monthly outings - tour of His Majesty's Theatre, visit to Guildford Museum and during April we have members attending Rockingham VIEW Club 18th birthday and later in the month members will have a guided tour of WA renovated and renamed Perth Museum - Bools Bardip..
Our club has made a donation of $600.00 to purchase Joy Spreaders - Reading Resources and Let's Count. We hold regular book sales of materials donated by members and $100.00 raised was spent on Reading Resources.
It looks like being a wonderful year for our club as we support and contribute as a valued part of The Smith Family.
Books for Sale
A Visit to His Majesty's Theatre
February Visit to the WA Art Gallery
Icons Of Influence City Walk
October Wildflower Walk in Kings Park
At the Shipwreck Museum
Presentation of 10 Year Pins in 2020
During October, three of our members received their 10 year service pins from Zone Councillor, Kris Behets.
Photo Above L-R: Glen, Kris (Zone Councillor), Janny and Doreen.
August 2020 and Great to be Back
Our first meeting after the COVID restrictions were eased in WA, was held in August. Photos show everyone chatting and catching up and also, our speaker, one of our members Ali Gardiner.
It was a great morning and everyone was thrilled to be back.
2019 Outings in February
Morning Tea at the Beachside in February
Visit to the Art Gallery in March
There are many varied activites in which the ladies are able to become involved depending on their interests and time. Each month we have interesting speakers at the Club meetings.
Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley becomes VIEW’s very first Patron
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SA Telethon Home Lottery
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Registration now open - VIEW National Convention
The 55th VIEW National Convention will be held in Adelaide, SA from 10-12 September 2021.Read more...