VIEW to host ‘tea party’

Five members of Crookwell Evening VIEW Club attended the gala opening of the newly located Smith Family Store.

The opening was in Goulburn on September 9.

A ‘Learning For Life student’, Caitlyn Blowes, previously from Crookwell, cut the cake.

This was to celebrate 21-years of the Smith Family in Goulburn.

Caitlyn spoke of the role of the Smith Family in assisting her to complete her education and go onto tertiary studies.

VIEW Clubs support ‘Learning For Life’ students. 

Caitlyn will be telling her story at the January VIEW Club dinner and ‘Australian Story’ meeting.

Much fun was had hunting for bargains and everyone enjoyed a delicious morning tea.

The store was opened by the Hon. Pru Goward MLA for Goulburn.

Crookwell Evening VIEW Club is celebrating 33-years this September.

They plan to celebrate with a ‘Mad Hatters’ tea party.

The entertaining Mandy McDonald from Crookwell, will be speaking about tea.

Ms McDonald teaches about tea at their gallery at 41 Cowper Street in Crookwell.

Crookwell VIEW club members Glenda Flint and Phyllis Laverty hunting for a bargain.

Crookwell VIEW club members Glenda Flint and Phyllis Laverty hunting for a bargain.

All visitors are welcome to attend these meetings.  

The VIEW Club’s ‘tea party’ will be held at at the Crookwell Hotel Motel on Tuesday September 26, at 6.30pm.

For booking you are requested to phone Sylvia Cullen on 48320161 by Sunday September 24 to attend.

Crookwell VIEW Club meets once a month, usually the last Tuesday. All are welcome.

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