LETTER: Glass House Country View Club - Rock Baby Rock!

THE Glass House Mountains Sports Club was turned into a sixties rock 'n roll venue on Wednesday 15th June when the Glass House Country View Club held their 13th birthday party.

The hall was decked out with sixties posters, records and memorabilia and the dining tables were lavishly decorated to reflect the era.

Some 50 or so members and guests danced and sang along with an absolutely fabulous duo, Diana and Barney, who provided rock 'n roll music throughout the event.  

The music coupled with an excellent lunch provided by Sue and the ladies from the Sports Club made the day very special.  

Thanks folks for all your efforts.  

There were a total of 27 raffle prizes to be won by members and guests and a special large hamper that was won by Kym Duguid.  

The best dressed "rock 'n roller" prize went to Yvonne Robinson in her little red polka dot number.   

Although numbers were down this year due to illness and holidays everyone had a great time including our View Club national councillor Barbara Cameron.   

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.    


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