Tamworth Peel Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1990.
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 4th Wednesday of the month
- Phone: President, Mareen 02 6762 0634
- Phone: Secretary, Ros 0490 064 172
- Email: email@example.com
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Magnificent Coach Tour
Ladies , friends, and partners from several local VIEW clubs joined our Members on a coach trip out to Windy station, for a yummy morning tea followed by informative history from Clare of the Windy station woolshed.
The Woolshed was constructed and finished in 1901 by AA company. An amazing feat when you consider how large the Woolshed is with 44 stands and some of the construction material came all the way from Canada. The first shearing commenced 7th October 1901 and 60,000 sheep had been shorn in this shed by end of 1901.
We travelled on to Gunnedah for lunch at the Railway Hotel, a very popular venue with great food. After lunch we were joined by a lady from Gunnedah Information Centre for a guided tour around Gunnedah before heading back to Tamworth. While travelling on coach we were all challenged with a quiz, to be completed during the day; keeping the grey matter turning.
Many thanks to Barry Black who volunteered to be our coach driver for the day you did a fantastic job and very much appreciated by everyone.
A huge thank you to Lyn and Ellie our program officers for organising such a wonderful day out with lots of great conversations being heard as people connected or reconnected, and with beautiful weather to boot. The raffle held along the way was won by Elizabeth.
The Smith Family Visit in May 2022
Our local Smith Family program coordinators joined us as guest speakers and shared the changes and benefits of the Learning for Life program to the local students during and post COVID-19 lockdown.
At end of very informative presentation, and as can be seen in photo below, Cindi Pearce and Priye Nuni presented President Mareen with a thank you certificate to Tamworth Peel Evening VIEW club for ongoing support to the Learning for Life program.
Members celebrated our 32nd birthday in April, with the theme for the evening Pink and Pearls. The beautiful cake was made by Bev and decorated by Raeleen. Thanks ladies very much appreciated.
We enjoyed great entertainment by our menopausal ladies Sue, Ellie, and Raeleen. Well done ladies. Thanks to Lynette and Ellie for fining us, organising raffles, lucky doors and telling us a funny story.
President Mareen did a wonderful job comparing the evening. A BiG Thank you to our guests from Gunnedah, Tamworth Day and Evening VIEW clubs who came and celebrated with us.
On a sad note we farewelled our caterers wishing them well as last night with us.
30 + 1 Birthday Celebration
The Tamworth Peel Evening VIEW Club celebrated their 30th plus 1 birthday on 28th April with a dinner at the North Tamworth Bowling Club attended by 45 members and visitors. One of the inaugural members, Doreen Blair was in attendance and kindly cut the birthday cake with the help of our newest member Jillian.
The club was formed from an overlap of members from Tamworth Evening VIEW Club in 1989. Service medals were presented to members for 40, 30 and 10 years of service to VIEW. A membership badge was also presented to our newest member.
Cutting the cake by Jillian and Doreen
Making A Difference Award
Helen has been a member of the Tamworth Peel Evening VIEW Club since its inception 28years ago, but she has been a member of VIEW clubs for over 40 years holding many executive positions during this time. Helen is one of those people who opitimise VIEW; she is always encouraging, supporting, & guiding those around her with valuable information about VIEW, The Smith Family and learning for life students that we support. Helen is very creative and is always willing to pass on her skills to others. For the Convention held here in Tamworth in 2007 Helen handmade 1200 paper roses for the Gala night and again in 2017 Helen was instrumental in making the table decorations for the Gala evening, and the floral decorations for the stage during the convention.
Helen has traveled far and wide over the years with VIEW and has been to many Conventions in several states; all the time promoting the interests of VIEW and making a lot of friends where ever she has been. Helen makes anyone she meets feel at ease and always knows how to create fines out of a simple conversation, leaving no one safe on dinner evenings but producing many laughs along the way.
Helen is a very worthy winner of the Making a Difference Award and this year at the National Conference it will be her turn to be recognised for the wonderful contribution she has given to VIEW.
Zone NA02 "Walk with VIEW"
Zone NA02 members from Denman, Merriwa, Muswellbrook and Branxton VIEW clubs, took advantage of the perfect weather conditions to enjoy a “Walk with VIEW” on Saturday 22nd April.Read more...
2017 International Women's Day, Tamworth
The combined VIEW Clubs of Tamworth celebrated International Women’s Day in Tamworth on Saturday 11th March with members from Gunnedah, Manilla and Narrabri clubs also attending.Read more...
NM02 Walk with VIEW
The spring weather was ideal when VIEW members in Zone, NM02, joined together for coffee and laughter in the heart of Coffs Harbour.Read more...