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50/50 Draw:

First Prize: Ron Pond

Second Prize: Matthew Elliott

April Attendance & Membership:

Members: 84 Guests: 6

New Member:

Please welcome our newest member, Alan Cairns (shown below with his sponsor Jack Brown and President Eric Broadhurst) who was inducted at the May Meeting.


John Hatashita and Jay Howard have been proposed for membership. Please make your comments to John Williams at 519-579-6571.


Duty Roster, June Meeting:

Introduction: Ken Macpherson

Thanker: Joe Elliott

Wellness Report:

Ron Hustwitt advises, no sickness this month. Contact Ron at 519-746-1282 to report any sickness you are aware of.

Book Club:

The June meeting of the
Book Club will be held at the home of Swain Van Camp on Wednesday June 20 at 2:00. The book under discussion will



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be "Coppermine". The book club will not be meet during July or August, but the September meeting will be at the home of John Panabaker on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at which time we will enjoy a discussion of the book "At Home" by Bill Bryson. Happy reading over the summer, and feel free to join us.


Outdoors Group :

The Outdoors Group hikes on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month starting in February. You can also find out about our times and locations for hikes by looking at the Event Calendar on the club website.

Upcoming Events:

Oct. 4 – Fall Tour

Mark this date on your calendar. A tour is being planned to The Six Nations Reservation and War of 1812 sites.  This is especially timely given this is the bi-centennial of The War of 1812.  More details and tickets will be available at the June meeting but it is expected the price will be similar to last year ($60 including lunch).  Let’s have a great turnout for this event.  These tours are also a great time to socialize with your fellow Probians.

October 23 – Annual Probus Car Rally

The 12th Annual Probus car rally will take place Oct. 23. It will start early in the afternoon and will take about 2 hours of driving. As in previous years, there will be a refreshment break about midway through the rally and dinner at the end. The price per participant will be $40.00, which will cover the costs for the refreshment break and dinner. 


Tickets for the rally may be purchased at the September Probus meeting. Payment by cheque would be preferable. Further details will be provided as necessary.

December 12 – Christmas Luncheon.

This popular event will once again be held at St. George's Banquet Hall. If you have ideas for entertainment please let Don Blain (539-664-0220) or Bruce Hannah (519-741-7377) know.

Special Guest at May Meeting:

Maureen Irving


At our May meeting we had Maureen Irving, Director in Ontario District #4 and our representative with Probus Centre Canada, speak to us. Maureen covered some of the history of Probus It started in the UK and then moved to Australia and New Zealand. After that the first club formed in Canada (in Cambridge) in 1987. We were the 7th club ot form in Canada in 1988. There are 12 Districts in Canada, 6 of them in Ontario.


Thanks to Ken Macpherson for the photos this month.




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