Lynda Flanagan presents Kathryn Rock with a certificate
Lynda Flanagan presents Kathryn Rock with a certificate

Glass House Country View Club

Our social outing to Caloundra on the 3rd February commenced with morning tea at La Promenade café on the Esplanade and after a catch up with friends we moved on to the Arts Centre to view the very impressive "Black & White" exhibition. A few ladies then rounded the morning off with a touch of öp shopping".

The guest speaker at our monthly lunch meeting on Wednesday 17th February was Kathryn Rock, a chiropractor with a practice on the Sunshine Coast. Kathryn had everyone doing exercises and then explained about the "chemical, physical, emotional" triangle and the importance of posture.

So now we are all trying to eat well, move well, be happy and relaxed. Our next outing on Wednesday 2nd March is to Sunshine Melodies at the Caloundra Events Centre where the entertainer will be Lonnie Lee.

Meet at Beerwah library for car pooling at 9.15am. Our guest speaker at our next monthly lunch meeting at the Glass House Sports Club on Wednesday 16th March will be Maz Schirman from the Institute for Women.

Arrive at 11am for an 11.30am start.

We always welcome new members; just turn up to one of our meetings or outings.

VIEW Clubs throughout Australia have 17000 members and are a part of the Smith Family. We support Smith Family activities and in the Glass House club we pay particular attention to the "Learning for Life" programme.

We are only a small club but we already provide financial support to four under privileged children to assist in their education from primary through to tertiary schooling.

Contributed by Pauline Clarke


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