Probus club elects new slate of officers

News Nov 06, 2009 Ancaster News

Retiring president John Babcock of Ancaster recently turned the gavel of office over to new president Alan Clark of Dundas, and Probus Centre-Canada District 6 Director Betty Van der Ree of St. Catharines inducted the new officers at the Club’s 2009 annual general meeting.

Founded in June 1989 under the sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Dundas as a service to seniors living in Dundas and nearby areas, the Probus Club meets at 10 a. m. on the last Monday of each month, except December,, in the parlour, St. Paul’s United Church, 29 Park St., Dundas.

Probus clubs for retired professional and business persons are not service clubs. They are formed as a service to seniors in the community to stimulate thought, interest and participation in activities.

There are now over 200 Probus clubs in Canada and the worldwide Probus community has more than 300,000 members in more than 4,000 clubs.

There are three varieties of Probus clubs — for men, for women or for both combined. The Probus Club of Dundas is a men’s club, though it holds a number of club events with the members’ partners.

For more information, go to www.probus.org or contact the club’s membership chairman Leo Laviolette at 905-628-3529.

Probus club elects new slate of officers

News Nov 06, 2009 Ancaster News

Retiring president John Babcock of Ancaster recently turned the gavel of office over to new president Alan Clark of Dundas, and Probus Centre-Canada District 6 Director Betty Van der Ree of St. Catharines inducted the new officers at the Club’s 2009 annual general meeting.

Founded in June 1989 under the sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Dundas as a service to seniors living in Dundas and nearby areas, the Probus Club meets at 10 a. m. on the last Monday of each month, except December,, in the parlour, St. Paul’s United Church, 29 Park St., Dundas.

Probus clubs for retired professional and business persons are not service clubs. They are formed as a service to seniors in the community to stimulate thought, interest and participation in activities.

There are now over 200 Probus clubs in Canada and the worldwide Probus community has more than 300,000 members in more than 4,000 clubs.

There are three varieties of Probus clubs — for men, for women or for both combined. The Probus Club of Dundas is a men’s club, though it holds a number of club events with the members’ partners.

For more information, go to www.probus.org or contact the club’s membership chairman Leo Laviolette at 905-628-3529.

Probus club elects new slate of officers

News Nov 06, 2009 Ancaster News

Retiring president John Babcock of Ancaster recently turned the gavel of office over to new president Alan Clark of Dundas, and Probus Centre-Canada District 6 Director Betty Van der Ree of St. Catharines inducted the new officers at the Club’s 2009 annual general meeting.

Founded in June 1989 under the sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Dundas as a service to seniors living in Dundas and nearby areas, the Probus Club meets at 10 a. m. on the last Monday of each month, except December,, in the parlour, St. Paul’s United Church, 29 Park St., Dundas.

Probus clubs for retired professional and business persons are not service clubs. They are formed as a service to seniors in the community to stimulate thought, interest and participation in activities.

There are now over 200 Probus clubs in Canada and the worldwide Probus community has more than 300,000 members in more than 4,000 clubs.

There are three varieties of Probus clubs — for men, for women or for both combined. The Probus Club of Dundas is a men’s club, though it holds a number of club events with the members’ partners.

For more information, go to www.probus.org or contact the club’s membership chairman Leo Laviolette at 905-628-3529.