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Rossmoyne Probus Club

We are a Rossmoyne based active social club for retirees and have been enriching the lives of our members for 31 years.



Our club is non-political, non-religious, and does not raise money for charity.

We exist for one reason – to provide Fellowship Fun and Friendship for our members. We do that in a number of ways.

Once a month we have a “General Meeting” at which we deal with the business of the club – this includes reports from various committee members on upcoming social activities, the club’s finances, speakers booked to address the club etc. It also includes morning tea at which members get the opportunity to chat with other members, read up on planned social outings, make plans to get together and so on. After the morning tea we have an interesting guest speaker or performance of some kind.

We get together once a month for coffee at a local café which provides a relaxing environment for getting to know other members and our busy Social Calendar sees a wide choice of outings and activities from lunches to visits to places of interest like the Wheelchairs for Kids project, Murdoch Veterinary School, The Police Academy, The Chocolate Factory and coach tours to places like the Ferguson Valley or New Norcia. We strive to provide a real variety of outings and make them as fun and as easy as possible for members.

We would be delighted to welcome you as a visitor to one of our General Meetings or Social Outings so that you can get a feel for the club and what we have to offer. Please contact Geoff on 9457 3449 or Nina on 9457 6240 if you would like to attend. There is absolutely no obligation and they will be pleased to provide you with details of when and where our General Meetings take place and also with our Social Calendar. We very much hope to welcome you soon!

 

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