Future clear for VIEW Club

Leanne Cheeseman, Patsy Moore, VIEW Clubs' national vice president Evelyn Berg and Rhonda Tearle. Pictures: AARON GOODWIN

By Angela Norval

It was a day of true celebration of some incredibly hard work and determination for the Bundaberg View Club’s inauguration day.

The official celebration held on Wednesday 22 June at the Young Australian Hotel followed the theme of A Touch of Purple and saw the presentation of badges to both new members and the committee, as well as the presentation of the club charter to president Coleen Neboraczek.

Bundaberg View Club publicity officer Sheryll Monsour said the celebration was fantastic with everyone enjoying the day from dignitaries through to new members.

“To have this official inauguration day is truly a celebration of the Smith Family and View Clubs and we are excited to move forward with sponsoring for disadvantaged youth in the region,” she said.

“We were proud to have five new members today taking our total up to 40 and it be more people who are committed to giving Bundaberg youth a hand towards a quality education and a successful future.”

As well as entertainment and lunch, there were a number of special guests at the inauguration including guest speak and retired police officer Leanne Cheesman, deputy mayor of Bundaberg Bill Trevor, VIEW Clubs’ national manager Maryanne Maher, The Smith Family general manager Queensland Alan Le May, VIEW Clubs’ national president Marg Woodhouse and vice president Evelyn Berg.

The Bundaberg View Club still welcomes any new members by phoning Sheryll on 0448 149 361.