Mollymook VIEW Club members had 38 reasons to smile on Monday.
More than 50 members and guests from nearby clubs, many dressed in red for winter, celebrated the club's 38th birthday at the Mollymook Beach Bowling and Recreation Club.
The social women's group were joined by special guests Cr Joanna Gash and Cr Patricia White and National vice-president of VIEW Australia Pat McRae for the celebrations. Member Jean Price was awarded her 30-year badge and newest member Judy Wood was inducted into the group.
Following the meeting, entertainer Roddy Reason had many tables singing along with some classic songs before lunch was taken.
Mollymook VIEW Club president Mary Campey said the club, along with Milton Ulladulla VIEW and Ulladulla Evening VIEW Club, was always a good place for newcomers to the area to meet like-minded people.
"It's a caring club. There's a background of being there for people," she said.
Ms Campey said the club had solid welfare systems in place for members who may be going through personal difficulties.
"We always say you can ring up if you want something, somebody will always turn up."
Mollymook VIEW Club supports four students each year through the Smith Family's Learning for Life program.
It meets every second Monday of the month at the Mollymook Beach Bowling and Recreation Club.
"You can come as a guest and see if you like it,"Ms Campey said.