Denman Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1987.
Currently, the Club sponsors three Smith Family Learning for Life student 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 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7.00pm
- at Royal Hotel Denman
- Phone: Ann 02 6547 2448; or
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Welome to Denman
We are a small friendly group of ladies from Denman and district.
We hold monthly dinner meetings and invite guest speakers who share their insights about topics as varied as Tasmanian Devil Farm to Olive growing and even Chocolate Making.
Our members volunteer at the “ Hunter’s Biggest Street Party”, the Wine and Food Affair which is held on 1st Saturday of May annually. We staff one of the entry stalls and receive a generous donation for this work.
Last year’s Fashion Parade was so successful we are going to hold another in October this year. With funds we raise from these activities and our members generous donations we support one Learning for Life Student and all of the other Smith Family appeals such as “Joy spreaders and the “Brekkie” program, Toy and Book and Christmas appeals.
Our meetings are advertised in the local “Denman News” and on our facebook page, so come along and join us.
Muswellbrook VIEW members and Guests IWD 2022
Branxton VIEW members and guests 2022 IWD
Anne-Louise O'Connor Past National President and Dianne Whitten Zone Councillor NA02
2022 March International Women's Day
The IWD held on 24 March 2022, hosted by NA02 clubs Branxton, Denman and Muswellbrook was a great success.
MC for the day, NA02 ZC, Dianne Whitten coordinated two of the speakers Tracey Ward on Sustainability and Marina Lee-Warner on Homelessness on two of the VIEW Clubs resolutions.
Anne-Louise O’Connor, PNP, spoke about VIEW, The Smith Family and the work we do supporting disadvantaged Australia children with their education saying there was a need to ‘Break the Bias’, the theme for IWD, early.
Simone Bailey talked about the challenges of getting her first book published, she has since written three books, and Amelia Berasconi, Upper Hunter ABC radio breakfast announcer, spoke of the importance of keeping the local community informed on importance issues.
All in all a great day, with VIEW members from Branxton, Denman, Muswellbrook, Redhead and Wangi Wangi as well as many guests attending, full of friendship and fun.
A big thank you to NA02 for hosting such a wonderful day.
Guest Speakers IWD 2022
l-r Anne-Louise O’Connor, PNP, Simone Bailey, Marina Lee-Warner, Tracy Ward and Amelia Berasconi.
NI01 and NI02 Zone Day
Almost forty members from eight of the thirteen VIEW clubs in Zone NI01/02, attended the Zone Day which was held at Oak Tree in Tamworth. The day commenced with a delicious morning tea catered by Mareen from Tamworth Peel Evening and NA Sally, and the table decorations were made by Bev from Tamworth Peel.Read more...
Centenary Gala Luncheon for NK Area in 2022
A Centenary Gala Luncheon will be held on Saturday 30 July 2022, at the Laurieton United Services Club, 2 Seymour Street, Laurieton commencing at 10.30am.Read more...
VIEW Executive E-News March 2022
Welcome to your new VIEW Executive E-Newsletter! Every quarter, we’ll be bringing you news about what’s being happening with VIEW and The Smith Family through this E-news. We hope you enjoy it!Read more...