Port Stephens Probus Club continues to grow

Inductees Bev, Paul and Dom were welcomed to the club.

THE Probus Club of Port Stephens continues to grow at a steady rate with three more inductions in November bringing their total to 153 valued members.

Ann Gibson of the Probus Club told News Of The Area, “This meeting we welcomed Dom Davidson, Bev and Paul Sinclair to the club.”

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Probus Clubs offer social outings and activities to members of the community who are aged over 55 years and retired or semi retired.

At the club’s recent meeting, Alison Cason, Brenda Gray and Warren Diemar were presented with Nonagenarian Certificates by Vice President, John Rebrik.

“They are stalwarts of the club who rarely miss a meeting and are socially active.

“Another member, Loris Homann also received her OBE Certificate,” Ann said.

The Port Stephens Probus Club has had a very busy year with activity leaders working very hard to provide events such as BBQs, bowls, golf, walking, dining, theatre, snooker, fishing, movies and more.

“With Christmas approaching, Christmas nibbles in the park will be happening with Santa invited to drop in.

“There is also a scheduled bus trip to the Christmas lights in the Hunter Valley Gardens at the end of November and we are winding up the year with the Christmas lunch in December for members to enjoy,” Ann said.

You can find out more about this vibrant and active club at www.probusclubofportstephens.au


OBE Loris Homann with nonagenarians Warren, Alison, Brenda and VP John Rebrik.

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