Goulburn Day View Club Social News for December


This month we celebrated our Christmas Food at Goulburn Soldiers Club, welcoming 28 members and apologizing from two members. We also welcomed Margaret Walcott and sent our wishes to Pat Delaney who is not well yet. We enjoyed a delicious dessert of meat and Christmas vegetables with pudding or dessert fruit salad. READ MORE: December birthdays were Belinda Rankin, Lea Laidler, Irene Picker, Robyn King, Judy Stephenson, Margaret Robinson, Pat Delaney, Hope Sykes, Margaret Gooch and Lyn Bushell. The first Membership Certificate was presented to Margaret when she joined the VIEW on November 8, 1977. Carol Olsen was also awarded a Certificate for 40 years as a continuing member of VIEW. All members / guests are required to show their diplomas twice at each lunch break. Please have your ID displayed at home when you pay for lunch. Table Table was made and raised $ 565, an amazing addition to our fundraising support for our Learning for Life students. Since we did not have a Guest Speaker, we had a game with balloons that made a lot of laughs, and a good time was available to all. Santa’s secret gifts were given to each member and Lucky Christmas gifts were won by Kathy Hunt, Robyn Cummins, Delma Nelson, Gloria Porter and Jenni Aubrey. The Lucky Newsletter won by Belinda Rankin. Raffles won with Kathy Hunt, Kayleen Tremble, Geraldine Hunt, Jenni Aubrey, Jean Ryan and Margaret Gooch. Lucky number did not win today and will win until February 2021. The last visit was to The Curry House where members had a delicious lunch. Our next tour will be Thursday, December 16 at Roses Cafe at 12.30pm. Names should be given to Margaret Gooch by 7pm Monday, December 13. Our next meeting will be at the AGM on Thursday, February 3 at 11.30am at Goulburn Soldiers Club. Please contact Margaret Gooch (02) 4822 1859 or 0409 904 917 before 7pm Monday before lunch if you would like to attend. You can also write or email your confirmation to [email protected] VIEW is proud to be a major contributor to The Smith Family’s Learning for Life Students. Nationwide, VIEW members support more than 1,400 disadvantaged students, enabling them to make the most of their education through the support and assistance of The Smith Family Learning for Life program. We do this because we believe that if we help disadvantaged children to succeed in school, we will be able to make a lasting impression on their lives and future generations. Did you know that the Goulburn Post now offers new updates and weekly newsletters? Keep up the good content: list it below.


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