CLASS OF 2016: Yamba Day VIEW (from left) program officers Jan Ainslie and Thelma Winitana, delegate Joy Lauder, treasurer Roz Dickon, assistant secretary Des Sowden, secretary Dianne Want, president Lyn Hinrichsn and vice president Pat De Bomford. Absent: publicity officer Beth Spence and assistant treasurer Jean Cook.
CLASS OF 2016: Yamba Day VIEW (from left) program officers Jan Ainslie and Thelma Winitana, delegate Joy Lauder, treasurer Roz Dickon, assistant secretary Des Sowden, secretary Dianne Want, president Lyn Hinrichsn and vice president Pat De Bomford. Absent: publicity officer Beth Spence and assistant treasurer Jean Cook.

Busy year on the cards for Day VIEW

WITH our AGM over and

a full committee inducted by our new zone counsellor Anne Dinham, we welcome and thank all the committee members of

Day VIEW 2016.

It is going to be another busy year as we raise much-needed funds for

the three children that we sponsor in the Learning

for Life program run by The Smith Family.

Now it is full steam ahead for International Women's Day.

Friday, March 11 is the date at the Yamba Bowling club from 9am–2pm.

Come join us as we Pledge for Parity.

Contact Joy on 6646 1124 or email yanogi@bigpond. com as time and space is running out.

There is spectacular entertainment, delicious food, wonderful prizes

and friendship abounds.

The day can best be described as simply marvellous and all for $25.

Money to be paid at

the bowling club after contact with Joy, this is

to be completed by February 26.

There will be wearing of green and Easter bonnets aplenty as we celebrate Easter and St Patrick's Day all rolled into our March luncheon on Monday, February 21 at the Yamba Bowling Club.

Dust off those hats, pop on some green and come enjoy the laughter and companionship Day VIEW offers.

New members and guests are always welcome.

For bookings/apologies call Pat on 6646 3060 the Friday prior.

We send our well wishes to those who are not feeling the best at the moment or perhaps in hospital.



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