Buderim VIEW Club was formed in 1993.
Currently, the Club sponsors seven Smith Family Learning for Life students and is actively involved in fundraising activities to raise donations for The Smith Family programs.
Our function room is at the very centrally located Buderim Tavern. At our luncheon meetings we always have interesting guest speakers. New members are very welcome. Attending our club’s events will help raise funds for educating students of underprivileged families. Luncheon cost is $30.
On the third Wednesday each month we have a social activity/outing.
- Meeting Day on 1st Wednesday each month at 11 am 11.30am
- Buderim Tavern
Gail: Ph 07 5476 7163 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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2021 Buderim Committee
Making a Difference Award Nomination—Leonie Palmer
Leonie has been a valued member of Buderim VIEW Club for 10 years, holding the positions of secretary, co-secretary, vice-president and assistant treasurer.
Leonie excels in providing members with trivia questions on varying subjects at club meetings and, despite her debilitating Parkinsons Disease, remains a positive member and is worthy of this award.
Leonie (right) with President Janette
Making a Difference Award Nomination—Lyn McGannon
Lyn joined Merimbula VIEW Club in 1980 and transferred to Buderim in 1999.
She has served on committees for 12 years. In Merimbula, Lyn concentrated on making children’s clothes and collecting Christmas gifts. She attends most of our functions and has participated in ‘Walk with A VIEW’ on several occasions to help raise funds for The Smith Family.
Lyn said: “41 years in VIEW has certainly enriched my life.”
2021 Christmas Lunch
Buderim members enjoyed a wonderful Christmas lunch at The Loose Goose, Twin Waters
November 2021 Luncheon
Below: Buderim VIEW Club member Elizabeth Walter thanking Anne for her interesting talk
Guest Speaker at our November luncheon was Anne MacDonald APM. Anne is a director fromuniforms4kidswho run an innovative program repurposing uniforms which would have otherwise been disposed of. Old uniforms donated by the police, ambulance, emergency services, etc are refashioned by volunteers into beautiful and unique clothes for children in need.
Below: Anne, showing some of the beautiful clothes
August 2021 Outing
On 18th August 13 members enjoyed a visit to Mooloolaba Bowls Club.
2021 Walk With a VIEW
On 9th July our members joined in Maroochydore's annual Walk With a VIEW fronm Alexandra Headland Surf Club to Mooloolaba Surf Club and return to raise funds to support the education of disadvantaged children through The Smith Family.
Pictured: Julie, National Councillor Margaret Elliott, Tricia, Adele, President Jenny,Sheila, Betty, Secretary Carol
July 2021 Buderim Luncheon Meeting
Below: Jan thanking Guest Speaker Barry Cheales (Buderim Men's Shed) at the Club’s July Meeting
Below: President Janette presenting a baby gift and card to waitress Sky and thanking her for the Buderim Tavern’s terrific staff
July 2021 Collection for STEMM
All of these non-perishable items were donated by our members towards the STEMM program.
Below: Members, together with staff at Compass Nambour, which we visited on 21st July
June 2021 Luncheon
Six new members were welcomed at our June meeting:
Below: Guest speakers Janelle and Jacquie, founders of the STEMM program, being thanked by member Betty
April 2021 Fashion Parade
Many of the Buderim VIEW Club members attended the monthly social outing on Wednesday 21st April.
There was a delightful morning tea by Cafe 65 and the fashion parade was put on by Friends Boutique of Buderim.
Below: Our models and waiter
April 2021 Luncheon
Above: Buderim VIEW club member Colleen thanking Alice
President of BATS Theatre Company Inc., Alice Rea,was our guest speaker and gave a talk about the theatre company and future works, including the upcoming production of an American classic ‘The Great Gatsby’ being held this month at the Buderim Memorial Hall.
March 2021 Luncheon
Our March guest speaker, Cheryl Ryan of Buderim’s 123 Travel, spoke of her tireless work for charity for many years, visiting many countries.
Below: Program Officer Julie thanking Cheryl (right)
Cheryl currently holds a position as Director on the Buderim Foundation Board and is always heavily involved with local charity work alongside many international charities that she supports.
Countries Travelled: Around 45 last check
Favourite Destination and Why: India is my passion. I travel twice a year there if I can. I love the people, the food and the culture.
Favourite Travel Tip: Pack light, buy local. Take some washing powder and just take things that wash and dry quickly overnight where you can. Packing cubes are my all new favourite!
Below: Cheryl, together with Club Secretary Carol (left) and Program Officer Julie
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