International Womens Day. Bribie Island. Local clubs and groups

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‘Which Word is Witch?’ author Judy Frost was the guest speaker on International Women’s Day for the women of Bribie VIEW CLub.

The accent on children’s education reflected The Smith Family’s focus on helping disadvantaged children with their extra education expenses. As one of Australia’s longest running and largest women’s clubs and a vital part of The Smith Family, 50 members and guests met for breakfast at the Serenity Restaurant, Waterways Motel overlooking the magnificent water views of Pumicestone Passage and the Glasshouse Mountains.

Featured Image(above): Bribie VIEW Club IWD 2019

Judy has published 3 books on her unique method of a lifetime career teaching children with learning difficulties reading and writing.’ Which Witch’ is a delightfully illustrated dictionary of homophones, explaining the different meanings of words that sound the same. VIEW clubs support 1307 students across the country.

Bribie VIEW CLub raises funds for 5 students each year, seeing them right through their education. We’d like to see our club grow its membership and guests (or old friends) are welcome to join us at any meeting or function.

International Womens Day. Bribie Island. Local clubs and groups

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VIEW lunch meetings are held at Serenity Restaurant on the 4th Wednesday of the month, and we organize a monthly social event as well. Inquiries phone Faye on 3410 7444

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