Coonabarabran VIEW Club was formed in 1996.
Currently, the Club sponsors four 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 1st Thursday of the month at 6.30 for 7.00pm
- Coonabarabran Bowling Club
Sue - 02 6842 3297
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Birthday Celebrations For Coonabarabran
Cutting the cake, photo below:
L -R Sue Jackson Pres Sally Cronberger; Zone Councillor Beryl Pike; National Councillor Penny Hawkless; with Sherree Conn; and Lorraine Clements
Coonabarabran VIEW Club volunteers for Driver Reviver under the Girl Guide Banner. This is a Fund Raiser for our club
All money raised goes to our Learning for Life Students. We absolutely love doing Driver Reviver. It's a two fold Event with Guides and The VIEW Club being the winners.
Photo: L to R Penny Hawkless, Sue Harper, June McWhirter, Sherree Conn, Nancy Wiese, Bev Rayner
Beautiul May/June Weather for VIEW Umbrellas
Umbrella photo is in the Lifestyle magazines published in June names L to R Fay chapman, Robyn Lee, Lorraine Clements, Diane Spittles, Sally Cormie, June McWhirter, Mathea McCowage, Rhonda Jewiss, Helen Meldrum, Heather Edgell, Bev Rayner, Sue Patrick, Leonie Jenkins, Sue Jackson, Sherree Conn, Judy Clancy
Activities from Coonabarabran VIEW Club
Bev Rayner & Diane Spittles
The High Tea was a hit with Leonie Jenkins and June McWhirter
Enjoying the atmosphere at the VIEW clubs dinner was
Margaret Humphrey and Helen Meldrum
Jewels and lace was the theme at View for Pam Baglee and Heather Edgell
International Women's Day
Letter to VIEW Members in recognition of International Women’s Day and the ongoing support of VIEW from Doug Taylor, CEO The Smith Family.Read more...
Make a Spectacle Competition
Make a spectacle for you and your friends... as part of VIEW celebrating The Smith Family’s Centenary of commitment to improving the lives of Australian children.Read more...
Resolution votes were tallied resulting in all three resolutions being carried.Read more...