Welcome to the Combined Probus Club of Belrose
A Message from President Cherry
The real strength of our club is the variety of activities we all enjoy so much.
Our first function for the year, dinner at Piemonte, was successful, despite the warm evening and was ably organised by Liz with an Australia Day theme and quiz.
In early March, almost a third of the Club are participating in the Crescent Head Bus Trip and fortunately I don’t think that area has been affected by bushfires. I wish you all very happy and safe travelling. This will be Colin’s penultimate activity after four years of dedicated service and it will be a huge hole in the Club’s outings if this position is not filled.
As we come to the end of the Probus year in only a few short weeks, it is incumbent, as members, to be willing to serve in committee positions. Should we not have a Vice President and Tours Officer, the Club is exposed to an uncertain future. Please think about it.
Warm Regards, Cherry
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