Bev Clark of Currumbin Elanora VIEW, Lesley Freeman and Penelope Thorpe of Coolangatta Tweed VIEW and Liza Beamish.
Bev Clark of Currumbin Elanora VIEW, Lesley Freeman and Penelope Thorpe of Coolangatta Tweed VIEW and Liza Beamish.

Liza lights up centenary celebration cf banana plantation

LADIES from Coolangatta Tweed VIEW Club and Currumbin Elanora VIEW Club were delighted to meet up again with one of their favourite entertainers, Liza Beamish, who has supported VIEW clubs over many years by her appearances at their birthdays and Christmas functions.

On this occasion Liza, with Kathleen Proctor-Moore as the Duo Diva, performed for the centenary of the Freeman family's property in the Currumbin Valley, Australia's first banana plantation.

More than 200 guests attended the celebration held on the lawn in front of the beautiful old family home and enjoyed a delightful buffet lunch under the trees, followed by a wonderful concert.

Liza and Kathleen performed a programme of much-loved pieces of music which were thoroughly enjoyed by all.

The August meeting will be held on Thursday, August 20 in the Horizons Room of South Tweed Sports Club at 11am for 11.30am.

The speaker will be Dick Cijffers from Journeys Worldwide who, with a long career in the travel industry, will no doubt regale ladies with fascinating stories of his travels.

Phone Margaret Girvan on 5534 7115 by 1pm on Monday, August 17.


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