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Welcome to all Probus club
members to the 2017-2018
Probus year. At Probus South
Pacific (PSPL) we are looking
forward to working with Probus
clubs to strengthen and grow
our Probus community.
Who is Probus South Pacific
PSPL is your service and support
team providing Probus Clubs
and Probus club members with
a range of administration,
insurance, member benefits
and support services.
The PSPL team can provide
clubs with the tools and
resources they need to continue
to strengthen their club and
focus on friendship, fellowship
Over the last few months, there
has been a strong focus on
allocating each Probus club
to clusters within districts.
The purpose of the cluster
is to encourage networking
amongst local Probus clubs and
implement membership strategies
to assist in growing Probus
We encourage clubs to consider
nominating an ambassador to
represent your club at these
cluster meetings. We understand
that some management
committees already face
substantial workloads and
although we welcome management
committee members as
ambassadors, the nominee
does not need to be a member
of your current committee.
Could we suggest a past
president or committee member,
or an experienced member
who would like to become
more involved in their local
community and Probus?
If your club has not yet
nominated an ambassador or
would like further information
regarding the role of an
ambassador or cluster meetings,
we encourage you to contact
If your club has experienced
difficulties in filling your
committee positions we also
encourage you to contact our
office so we can discuss the
options available for your club.
Preparation work for the
2017 information days is well
advanced. PSPL will be hosting
information days across
Australia. Full details will be
provided to all clubs shortly.
Information days provide a
great opportunity to learn about
the latest developments and
opportunities in the Probus world.
Apologies to Clare Ahkin
In the December/Januar y
2017 edition, the winning
Smile submission author was
mistakenly named as Clare Atkin.
The author’s name is actually
spelled Clare Ahkin. The editors
of Active Retirees apologise and
would like to congratulate Clare
on her submission.
Apologies to Marie Bashir
In the Februar y/March 2017
edition of Active Retirees
magazine, John Paul Young
named his ideal dinner guests,
one of whom was former Governor
of NSW, Professor Marie Bashir.
He mistakenly said she was
a Muslim, she is not. He also
stated that she was a surgeon,
which was also incorrect.
Professor Bashir was a general
practice doctor before becoming
a psychiatrist working in the
mental health area.
These errors were not picked up
by our fact checking process and
the quote was printed verbatim.
The editors of Active Retirees
and John Paul Young apologise
unreservedly for any issue caused.
For more information on anything
mentioned here, contact us.
T: 1300 630 488
F: 02 9633 4779
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