A big November for Fingal Bay Probus Club

1. Geraldine Jeffery, Norman and Rosamund Martin and Trevor Gray. Photo: Lynn Moffitt.

NOVEMBER was a month of big events for the members of the Fingal Bay Probus Club.

Julia Redlich told News Of The Area, “One absolute highlight was a visit from Port Stephens Council member Leah Anderson who patiently listened to all the queries we had, not only regarding Fingal Bay but what affects the area as a whole.

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“What we really appreciated was her commitment to find answers for our questions.

“Cr Anderson proved to be a friendly and much appreciated speaker, enjoying morning coffee with us as well as drawing winning monthly raffle tickets.”

During November the usual monthly meetings took place, which headed indoors when rain clouded earlier plans for a morning walk.

The obvious alternative was coffee at Zenith in Shoal Bay.

The regular wine appreciation afternoon was enjoyed at the club’s substitute all-weather venue, the CWA hall in Nelson Bay.

The Fingal Bay Probus Club meets at 9.30am on the second Monday of each month at the Fingal Bay Sports Club, 100 Rocky Point Road, Fingal Bay.

New members and visitors are welcome to learn about Probus and activities such as barbecues, movies, day trips, morning teas and walks for pleasure.

For more information, phone Rosamund on 0419 119 216.


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