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Day VIEW ladies at Angourie Café. Image: contributed.

Yamba Day VIEW Club

What a pleasant morning we spent during our social outing amongst great friends and inviting surrounds. 

Mental note, Angourie Café makes yummy banana and raspberry bread, we will be back. Thank you to the staff who made us wonderfully comfortable under COVID rules.

Our birthday luncheon this year will be celebrated on October 19, starting with arrival 10am for a 10.30 meeting commencement.

Under the present circumstances, we will be having a low-key day.

Theme for this day is ‘Spring’, hats, clothes, deco’s, games etc.

This week is Anti Poverty Week (11-17 October) with Yamba Day VIEW Club recognising the importance of The Smith Family ‘Learning for life Programme’. Sponsoring a child through this programme helps ease the burden on families in need, providing a combination of financial support, personal support and access to a range of out-of-school learning and mentoring programmes to help children get the most out of their education.

In this area ‘Clarence Valley’ has a collective total of 18 children presently under sponsorship, with one club in the process of taking on children. Last year VIEW Clubs collectively sponsored more than 1,400 Australian children in need, a feel-good effort, BUT with many more needing help. Come along to a VIEW Club in your area.

Luncheon bookings please phone Lyn on 6646 3164, Friday prior.


Lyn Hinrichsen