Lochaber Probus hosts Kelvin club counterpart

Guest speaker, Gordon Barclay, receives a ‘Probus Mug’ as a gift. NO F10 Probus
Guest speaker, Gordon Barclay, receives a ‘Probus Mug’ as a gift. NO F10 Probus

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Fifteen people, including five new members, attended the third meeting of
Lochaber Probus Club at the Alexandra Hotel in Fort William on Thursday February 20.

The guest speaker was Gordon Barclay of the Glasgow Kelvin Probus Club, who has been a member of Probus for four years and told the meeting of the
organisation and activities of his club. He said: ‘Probus is all about the fellowship and the banter.’

Kelvin Probus Club has been active for more than 30 years and has a a membership in excess of 80. It also has an active walking section.

Mr Barclay issued an invitation to attend a meeting at his club. Members thanked him for a most informative and amusing talk.

The next meeting of the club will be held at Lochaber Rural Educational Centre on Thursday March 5, at 11.30am, when members will be shown round the centre and museum with opportunities for hands-on farming education. Potential new members, male and female, are welcome to attend.

For more information, and for contact with the club, visit their Facebook page – Lochaber Probus Club.