June was the only lady at our meeting with a birthday in June.
June was the only lady at our meeting with a birthday in June. nicky.norman

June's birthday in June a highlight at VIEW Club

THE next club meeting will be held on July 15 and will be a Christmas in July luncheon with entertainment from the Undurba State School choir.

Meetings are always held on the third Wednesday of each month at the Murrumba Downs Tavern on Dohles Rock Rd at 11am.

How about coming along and meeting some new friends and find out more about VIEW clubs?

The club welcomes visitors and new members and always looks forward to seeing new faces.

For more details about the club and its meetings, phone Sandra on 34252738 or Elizabeth on 38864937.

VIEW stands for Voice, Interests and Education of Women and was established in 1960 by The Smith Family, as a service to women and the community. VIEW clubs are the largest community sponsor of the national children's charity, which provides critical opportunities for children in low socioeconomic families to fully participate in school.

This year The Smith Family foundation is hoping to raise $3.5million through its annual Winter Appeal.

The Smith Family currently has more than 9500 Australian children who need support.

The 2015 Winter Appeal will run until June 30 and all donations are fully tax deductible.

To donate to The Smith Family's Winter Appeal, phone 1800024069 or visit www.thesmithfamily .com.au.

Pine River VIEW Club supports the education of three needy students in the area and is also donating $1500, which has been collected throughout the year, to The Smith Family's 2015 Winter Appeal.


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