GREAT VIEW: The Lismore Day VIEW Club celebrated its 45th anniversary last Tuesday.
GREAT VIEW: The Lismore Day VIEW Club celebrated its 45th anniversary last Tuesday.

45 years helping young Aussies

THE LISMORE Day VIEW Club celebrated its 45th anniversary last Tuesday, October 16, with a sausage sizzle at Heritage Park.

Founder president Betty Booth was present and said she could remember the first club meeting, held in October 1967.

VIEW stands for Voice, Interest and Education of Women.

Current president Jan Mitchell said the VIEW Club supports the Smith family, "a national charity helping young Australians in need, to build a better future for them by providing long term support for their education".

If anyone would like to join the club, the ladies meet on the third Tuesday of the month from February to November at the Lismore Workers Club.


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