Lowestoft Probus Club
PUBLISHED: 10:57 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:34 06 July 2010
At the last meeting there were 39 present with no visitors. Doug had seen one snow bunting and several wheatears on the North Denes. The spiders were very prevalent in gardens this year as the weather had been very favourable.
At the last meeting there were 39 present with no visitors. Doug had seen one snow bunting and several wheatears on the North Denes. The spiders were very prevalent in gardens this year as the weather had been very favourable. Minutes of the last meeting were read, approved and signed, with no matters arising. Secretary Wally had a supply of booking forms for the Ladies Probus Christmas Lunch, £13.50 at Beaconsfield Club on December 2. Members' Christmas lunch is being run by Alan. Treasurer Tim had some alarming news to start, income for September £40.13, expenditure September £618.17, The widows will still be paid for at the lunch and members were promised a free day at the Christmas party. Publicity/social secretary Ken brought details of a three day coach trip to Blackpool illuminations, October 30 to November 1 for £115, also a coach trip to see Lincoln Christmas market at 8am on December 5, £18. In an attempt to revive the bowls group, chairman Harry said there was to be a £10 subsidy offered to new members, plus free bowls lessons. The speakers were David Crome, a Lowestoft solicitor ably supported by his wife Sandra. They gave us an account of their three years in the Soloman Islands as a replacement Attorney General with slides to illustrate their stay. Vote of thanks was by Terry Kelly. The next meeting is on October 20, when there will be a quiz.
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