Hi Fellow Probians
Our next Meeting will be on 17th June
This will be a face to face meeting
at the Masonic Hall


Welcome to  
The Probus club of
Mount Waverley

We wish to advise that Charles Lewis passed away on 22nd May.

Charles joined the Club in May 2008 and will be remembered as our newsletter editor for many years bringing us, not only Club news, but all kinds of information and his humour.  Charles produced books of Medicinal Humour which were a collection from many newsletters the proceeds of which went to the Club. He also ran the annual football competition of which many members were involved.  Charles had a great background in Education and his memory was second to none.

No doubt you may have your memories of Charles as he was a great contributor to the Club over many years.

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Our Probus Club was formed by the Waverley Rotary Club in 1993. It is comprised  of men and women members and meet at the Mount Waverley Masonic Hall, 318 Stephenson Road Mount Waverley at 10am on the third Thursday of each month.
The purpose  of our Club is to provide opportunities for our members ton enjoy fellowship, friendship and fun at a variety of Club- sponsored functions and outings.

You are welcome to enquire further about the Club, its members and activities by contacting our Membership Officer,
Warner Bastian at either 9560 5785 or 0404 460 029 Warner will be glad to talk to you.

Our April Speaker
Loretta Smith


Loretta Smith gave an iteresting talk on the life of Alice Anderson and Australias all girl garage

These Ladies were inducted at our April Meeting

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Lorraine Bannon Alison Dickson Bronwyn Lloyd Cherry Fuller

Judy Williams Judy Gard Maree Wildenberg Anne Scerri


Notice re Ambulance Tour
This tour has been postponed to 20th June

Walking Group
Whenever we can
Members are invited to join this group which meets at Medeline's. Jells Park on the 1st Friday of the month to enjoy the exercise benefit of a 30min walk followed by a convivial chat in the cafe over coffee and scones. Members usually break into small groups, according to walking competence and join one which is appropriate. It works well and members usually can manage to craft a return to base at around the same tile.The coffee and scones seem to be more popular than the walk itself

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Wedding Anniversaries

Anniversary Waltz