Brendale Evening VIEW Club members enjoy a welcome aternoon tea for new members.
Brendale Evening VIEW Club members enjoy a welcome aternoon tea for new members. Robyn.Wallish

Colour analysis and style explained at VIEW club

VIEW stands for Voice, Interests and Education of Women and was established by the children's charity The Smith Family.

Club members enjoy many activities including dinners, lunches, coffee mornings and various outings and social gatherings.

All money raised from activities goes to The Smith Family Learning for Life program to help educate disadvantaged Australian children.

Brendale Evening VIEW Club meets on the third Tuesday of the month at Wantima Country Club, 530 South Pine Rd, Brendale from 6.30pm for a 7pm start.

The next dinner meeting will be held on July 21.

The guest speaker will be Jeanette from Bell & Bird who will explain colour analysis and style.

If you would like to attend, phone Julia on 32852153 by 8pm on Saturday, July 18.

Visitors are welcome to join the friendly club.

Coffee and Chat mornings are held on the first Saturday of the month at Gloria Jeans, Bracken Ridge Tavern, 154 Barrett St, Bracken Ridge.

The next Coffee and Chat will be held on August 1. There is no need to book, just turn up.

The dinner meeting on August 18 will feature guest speaker Janine Bliss who will talk to us about human trafficking.

Phone Julia on 32852153 by 8pm on Saturday, August 15 to advise of your attendance.

VIEW is proud to be The Smith Family's biggest sponsor of disadvantaged Australian students.

For more information, phone Trish on 3264 2213.


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