Narrabri VIEW Club was formed in 1978.
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.
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 4th Wednesday of the month
- Narrabri RSL Club for 11am
Contact Noeline on 0427 922 340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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“Dickens of a Christmas”
Narrabri VIEW club celebrated a “Dickens of a Christmas” at their 2017 July meeting.
Members were dressed in long skirts, shawls and mob caps and bonnets in the spirit of the day.
Tables were decorated with greenery appropriate to the custom in Dickens’ time and there were carol-singing mice knitted by a member grouped on the stage to add atmosphere to the festivities amongst small Christmas trees. Lots of other Dickens memorabilia was scattered throughout the meeting room as well as copies of many of his stories.
Members were also entertained by a line-dancing group in appropriate festive style before all sitting down to a delicious lunch.
Getting ready for the party and mouse christmas carollers
Members with partying penguins
A happy group
Narrabri VIEW Club celebrated a Miniature Christmas at their last meeting of the year.
There were many interesting decorations scattered through the meeting room.
Club President Elizabeth Spicer creates all sorts of interesting characters throughout the year and this time she featured knitted mice. There were choirs of mice, mice decorating trees, mice partying and mice couples at the end of each table. Along with the mice there were partying penguins looking as though they were seriously enjoying themselves.
There was a good crowd of members there also enjoying the company of others. The club resumes in February next year.
Members in christmas spirit
A happy group
The Smith Family Dream Run with Sylvania
In June 2021, The Smith Family’s fundraiser fitness challenge, “Dream Run”, is being taken up by Ann-Maree Holmes and Margaret Packwood of Sylvania VIEW Club. Their team name is “Sylvania VIEW Club”.Read more...
Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley becomes VIEW’s very first Patron
VIEW Clubs of Australia (VIEW) is delighted to announce Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley as the organisation’s first ever Patron.Read more...
Senator Marise Payne visits
Senator Marise Payne visits Senator Marise Payne recently visited several communities along the NSW South Coast, spending a few hours in Batemans Bay, where both Senator Payne, and her escort, Senator Jim Molan, were hosted by VIEW Clubs of Australia NG02 Zone.Read more...