Members Of The Fingal Bay Probus Club Out and About On A Social Walk and Catchup

Fingal Bay Probus Club Members Graeme Paul, Eric Platzer, Gill Whitton, Sue Watson, Julia Redlich, Rex Sneyd, Rosamund Martin, Maureen Platzer, Edith Sneyd and Thelie Wynn enjoying the Spring weather. Photo: Norman Martin.

 

WITH the weather warming up the members of the Probus Club of Fingal Bay ventured out on a rambling coastal walk.

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This was a great time for some members of the Club who got some exercise and much needed social contact.

Julia Redlich told News Of The Area, “The fun and friendship that is always enjoyed at the usual monthly meetings has been sorely missed.”

The bushwalk and seaside stroll culminated in a social revival time at the Longboat Café at Fingal Bay.

“We enjoyed some great conversation, delicious coffee and a choice of yummy delights which were very welcome,” she said.

The Fingal Bay Probus Club usually meets at the Fingal Bay Sports and Recreation Club, 100 Rocky Point Road, Fingal Bay before the big shut-downs, limits of attendance and social distancing became part of our lives.

Club members are looking forward to the time that general meetings can start there again, as well as the usual activities such as barbecues, dining out, booklovers meetings, wine appreciation and learning from guest speakers.

Anyone interested in becoming a new member is more than welcome.

Probus provides affordable social connection and activities for seniors in our community.

 

By Marian SAMPSON

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