International Women’s Day will be celebrated by Bribie VIEW Club at a breakfast on Friday 6th March. Local author Tina Marie Clark has been invited as the guest speaker. Tina was born in Zimbabwe, lived in South Africa and England but now calls Bribie Island home.
Classed as a thriller writer Tina has published 6 books plus an illustrated companion book to Child of Africa. With this colourful background, Tina has plenty of interesting stories. She is passionate about different cultures and wildlife, the wilder places of the world and especially the importance of literacy which is also the focus of The Smith Family and its VIEW network of 17,000 Australian women.
Tina’s theme will be “The Art of Uplifting”, with stories about how women everywhere help and support each other. President Faye Clark noted that VIEW was founded 60 years ago as a vital part of The Smith Family to provide women with a Voice (petitions to Parliament), Interests (social programmes) and Education through guest speakers at their meetings.
The VIEW colours of purple green International Women’s Day Breakfast with VIEW and white are the colours of the Suffragettes.
‘We are delighted to have Tina Marie with us on this very special day’ said Faye.
Where: Serenity Restaurant, Waterways Hotel
When: Friday 6th March 8.30 am Cost: $25 All are welcome. Phone Stella 0419 796 476 to book.