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Sunday 26 March
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Local Fire Danger
STATUTORY (BUSH) FIRE DANGER PERIOD
(1st Oct 2016 - 31st Mar 2017)
NO FIRES IN THE OPEN
WITHOUT A PERMIT
(FDI rating for: Sun 26 Mar 2017)
Lake George Day VIEW Club
Members & guests attending LGDVC 6th Birthday luncheon meeting
at local winery Shepherd's Run
The Lake George Day VIEW Club is a charitable women's organisation that meets on the third Tuesday of the month. After the meeting we have lunch, with a guest speaker or activity. The meeting venue changes regularly, and cost is $15-$25 for lunch, depending on venue.
For more information about the Lake George Day VIEW Club, please visit our blog at lgdviewclub.blogspot.com.
What’s VIEW about?
In 1960, the General Secretary of The Smith Family, George Forbes, created VIEW Clubs of Australia, for women. Back then the purpose of VIEW (Voice, Interests and Education of Women), was to offer companionship and help women, particularly those in rural communities, to overcome social isolation, while improving opportunities for women to have their say, especially at government level.
Today VIEW is a national, self-governed women's organisation with 21,000 members in 400 communities. As a valued part of The Smith Family, VIEW members contribute significant fundraising initiatives and volunteering support, to help give disadvantaged children the step up they need through education to achieve their goals as adults.
2010 ~ VIEW Celebrates its 50th Anniversary
In celebration of VIEW Clubs 50th Anniversary in 2010, and to set VIEW on the path forward for the next 50 years, the logo has been refreshed and updated in response to the new times we live in. The new contemporary design represents the new identity while giving voice to and celebrating connections and friendships with renewed energy. Inspired by the colours used by the women's movement, the purple signifies dignity and self-respect, while the green signifies hope and new life.
The “circle of friendship” emblem was chosen because of its encompassing nature and softness. The points and curves represent a circle of women supporting each other and their community in a sharing and giving way.
|Lydia Teodorowych, President||0400 991 871|
|Pauline Segeri||6238 1996|