The Rebecca Spears dance studio group, the Yamba Tappers entertained the crowd. Image: Lynne Mowbray
Lynne Mowbray |
The Clarence Valley VIEW Clubs celebrated International Women’s Day 2019 with a morning tea and lunch, held at the Bowlo Sports and Leisure Yamba, on Friday.
The event which was attended by over 220 ladies was the major fundraiser for the VIEW Clubs of Grafton, Maclean, Yamba Day and Yamba Evening, with proceeds going to the ‘Learning for Life’ scholarship programs through the Smith Family Children charities.
Guest speakers on the day were Karen Curtin from The Smith Family Scholarship Programs, Coffs/Clarence Police District Senior Constable Liz Smith and former Grafton Regional Gallery director Jude McBean.
The program was scattered with entertainment including musical items, dance routines and a wearable art parade, with the crowd showing their appreciation by clapping and singing along.
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