Lochaber Probus Club welcomes growing membership

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At its most recent meeting on Thursday February 6, the Lochaber Probus Club had 11 people in attendance, almost double the six that attended the inaugural meeting.

Attendees were treated to a brief ‘Who am I?’ talk by Terry Lee and a report on his research into the workings of other Probus Clubs across the UK.

The club agreed to change the timing and structure of future meetings to meet at 11.30am for coffee and fellowship, speaker at noon, followed by lunch.

The next meeting is on February 20 when Gordon Barclay, a member of the Glasgow Kelvin Probus Club, will share his experiences in Probus.

At the meeting on March 5, Isabel Campbell will be taking the ‘Who am I?’ slot and on March 19 Lorna Steele of Lochaber Archive Centre will inform the group of the workings of the centre.

Probus Clubs are associations of retired and semi-retired professional and business people which exist to provide regular opportunities for members to meet others in similar circumstances, with similar levels of interest, make new friends, and maintain and expand their interests. It is not a fundraising organisation.

More information, and contact with the club, can be made through our Facebook page ‘Lochaber Probus Club’.