Moree Day VIEW Club was formed in 1973.
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.
Meetings are held over lunch on the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Moree Services Club and other social events held during the year include an International Women's Day Morning Tea, a Fashion Parade and Mystery Bus Tour. The Club would love to have some new members. Any enquiries would be most welcome. For further information, please contact Sue Chittock, Club President, on 02 6754 6820 or Karen, Publicity Officer, on 02 6752 4981.
- Meeting Day on 4th Wednesday of the month
- at Moree Services Club
Sue, Club President 02 6754 6820
or Karen, Publicity Officer, on 02 6752 4981
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"It's been a busy few weeks for the Moree Day VIEW Club. At our September meeting, we were joined by National Councillor Beryl Pike who spoke to our members in relation to various matters and then presented two of our members, Mary Storck and Margaret Lloyd, with long service pins.
Beryl Pike, Mary Storck, Margaret Lloyd 26 09 18
Club Members in the grounds at Blair Athol 10 10 18
Then in the second week of October, we went on our annual mystery bus tour. On this occasion we visited the Blair Athol Boutique Hotel & Day Spa at Inverell where we were treated to a morning tea in the stunning gardens, followed by a tour of the historic property and the new purpose-built Day Spa. We all had a great time at this very pretty and tranquil spot. Of course the day wouldn't have been complete without some retail therapy and a nice lunch so it was on to the Inverell shopping district for the rest of the trip."
Nell Vanderwerf 10 10 18
Joy Schultz inside Blair Athol 10 10 18
Winners of the trivia quiz, Sue Chittock, Helen Mitchell, Sue Knibb, Flo Smith, Karen Biggs
Marie Tattam and Yvonne McCumstie
2018 Moree Day VIEW Club Turns 45
Members of the Moree Day VIEW Club celebrated the Club’s 45th anniversary at their monthly lunch on 22 August. A fun time was had by all with club members participating in a variety of activities including a trivia quiz and egg and spoon race. The Club was originally formed in 1973 with the inaugural meeting being held on 7 August 1973. In its halcyon days, the Club boasted a membership of over 100 local ladies but as with all Clubs, changes in society have led to the current number of members being much lower.
Sue Chittock, President
Meetings are held over lunch on the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Moree Services Club and other social events held during the year include an International Women's Day Morning Tea, a Fashion Parade and Mystery Bus Tour. The Club would love to have some new members. Any interested enquiries would be most welcome. For further information, please contact Sue Chittock, Club President, on 02 6754 6820 or Sue Knibb, Publicity Officer, on 0438 347 178.
2018 International Women's Day
This is one of several social events our Club holds during the year and a most enjoyable and fun time was had by all.
Marie Tattam and Pat Meppem 07 03 18
Yvonne McCumstie and Lola Hurst 07 03 18
Members of the Moree Day VIEW Club and guests attended a morning tea in celebration of International Women's Day on Wednesday, 7 March 2018. The event was held at the Town & Country Club in Moree and 18 ladies were in attendance. Thanks to the Town & Country Club for the wonderful selection of delicious morning tea items.
Pat Meppem, Gwen Young, Sue Chittock 07 03 18
Margaret Lloyd 07 03 18
Mystery Bus Tour
"The Moree Day VIEW Club recently had their annual Mystery Bus Tour. On this occasion, club members visited the Wyoming Lavender Estate at Mount Russell, followed by shopping and lunch in Inverell. Everyone had a great day.
Our charming hosts at the Lavender Estate, Sharyn and Dan, provided a lovely morning tea and told us about their farming activities and also the music festival held there on the October long weekend. We all then enjoyed browsing amongst the goodies in the old shearing shed which now operates as a small shop.
Many thanks to our program officer, Mary, for organising such an enjoyable day."
Submitted by Sue Knibb, Publicity Officer
Another successful fashion parade 2017
"A Fashion Parade was held in May featuring new season clothing from local stores in Moree. It was a very successful day with substantive funds being raised for our Learning for Life students. The event was open to the public and everyone had a great day and enthusiastically joined in the fun. The clothes, including sleepwear and dressing gowns, were very capably modelled by Club members. We would like to thank Millers, Rockmans and Target for their generous support and assistance in making the day such a success."
2016 Birthday Cake
Christmas celebrations 2016
Members of the Moree Day VIEW Club had a very rewarding and enjoyable year during 2016.
Highlights included a morning tea to celebrate International Women's Day in March, a Fashion Parade in May with over 60 local ladies in attendance, birthday celebrations in August which featured some “armchair travel” to Holland, a mystery bus tour in October which included a trip to the cinema, and a fun Christmas lunch in December.
Most members attended all of these events and from all accounts, a wonderful time was had by all. The programme for 2017 includes similar events.
Nicolette Randell and Sue Chittock August 2016
Karen Biggs Christmas 2016
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NB02 Blue Illusion National Shopping and Styling Day
Past National President, Gwen Wilton, and NB02 National Councillor, Jo Gray, had a wonderful day attending the Blue Illusion National Shopping and Styling day in Bowral to support The Smith Family. NB02 Clubs Kangaroo Valley, Wollondilly, Picton, Southern Highlands, Camden, Macarthur, Campbelltown and Ingleburn.Read more...