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Yamba Evening VIEW club members, Marlene Woodbridge and Anne Howard were presented their 20 years’ service pins by Elizabeth Birch VIEW National Councillor. Image: contributed.

Yamba evening VIEW members racking up the years

Two Yamba Evening VIEW club members, Marlene Woodbridge and Anne Howard were presented their 20 years’ service pins by Elizabeth Birch VIEW National Councillor this month. Forty years collectively is an incredible contribution to any club.

Congratulation’s ladies! We salute your commitment and service to Yamba Evening VIEW club, and to the lives of young Australians in need.

VIEW is a leading women’s national volunteer organisation, providing the opportunity for women of all walks of life to meet regularly establish lasting friendships and help disadvantaged Australian children through supporting the work of children’s charity, The Smith Family.

Our Vision– Women creating and leading a more inclusive society.

Our mission- A leading voice and valued support network for women VIEW actively raises awareness of, and participates in, the work of The Smith Family.

Our next meeting on November 4 is coming up fast. If you have ever wondered how those funny looking things buzzing around the sky called drones can help save lives, well wonder no more, come join us and find out. Rob Becker from Yamba Surf Club is our guest speaker. I am sure you will agree it is an interesting topic and most relevant with summer just around the corner.

We extend an open invitation to all members and guests. Dinner with an interesting group of ladies, an opportunity to learn about life saving and drones, an opportunity to win $100 and five other prizes and most importantly you will be helping a child in need. It could not be easier! Don’t be shy, I assure you we will make you welcome.

Bookings are now open and close Wednesday 27 October 4pm. Location Bowlo Sports and Leisure Yamba

Contact Marlene, Treasurer and Meals Coordinator to book in on 0400 528 846 and make sure you tell her if you or your guest have any dietary requirements.

All kids need is a little help, a little hope, and somebody who believes in them.

 

Karen Toms

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