OUT AND ABOUT: Active Twin Towns Evening VIEW Club members take a boat trip on the Tweed River.
OUT AND ABOUT: Active Twin Towns Evening VIEW Club members take a boat trip on the Tweed River. Picasa

VIEW walk promotes Learning for Life program

ALL VIEW clubs from the Tweed region will come together for a walk on Sunday, May 15.

The Walk for View starts at 10am from the northern end of the Tweed Boat Harbour.

Twin Towns Evening View Club's publicity officer Pat Moore said the walk would last 30 to 40 minutes and was held to promote VIEW clubs and their part in the Learning for Life program.

"This helps disadvantaged Australian children reach their full potential in learning," Pat said.

"Our many members are working and raising funds for that to happen.

"We give the children a hand up, not a hand-out by providing books, sporting equipment, uniforms, etc."

People of all ages are invited to walk. Wheelie walkers and motorised scooters are most welcome.

Enjoy a sausage sizzle at the finish for a gold coin donation.

For details, call zone councillor Rosie Mc Dermott on 0407 892 952.


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