By Noeline Kiss
On September 29, members of Narrabri VIEW Club met for a business lunch at the Tourist Hotel dining room.
This was the first meeting for members for some months, with low attendance due to changing COVID regulations which forced the cancellation of both committee and lunch meetings in August.
Several important issues were addressed at the gathering.
VIEW Australia is currently launching a survey of all members Australia wide to determine the computer literacy of the current members.
This is a vital survey as VIEW head office increasingly moves its operations to online and there is a risk some members will miss out on future developments of the club.
The national minutes for VIEW have been released Australia-wide for discussion.
Details were included of the first delegate meeting to be held at Gunnedah on October 1, which was the first meeting held since June.
A highlight was the presentation to Carolyne Hulbert of her 10-year service pin by president Elizabeth Spicer.
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