A very warm welcome to all who have dropped by this web site there are many Probus Clubs throughout Australia. The Lauderdale Probus Club here is in the small sea side town of Lauderdale Tasmania which has been growing with several new homes popping up and also our club members participate from several suburbs in the Clarence municipality. Maybe you are looking around for the opportunity to join our Probus Club, if so please drop a line to the Addresss below, or if you're within the area during our meeting days the third Tuesday of each month at 10.00am at the Abundant Life Church Hall, 490 South Arm Road Lauderdale. Please call in, let us tell you more about the activities .

NEW MEMBERS if you wish to join the PROBUS CLUB of LAUDERDALE Please write to the Secretary Post Office Box 48 Lauderdale Tasmania 7019

Trips and dinning out is a good way to meet members and friends and guest speakers at general meetings third Tuesday monthly at the ABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH HALL main Road Lauderdale

On the meeting day each month the committee Meet at 9am folowed by the General Meeting at 10am. With time left for Morning tea or coffee before the Guest Speaker at 11am. Each second month after the Guest Speaker, the club has a barbecue for those who wish to stay for awhile.

Probus is a community service activity of Rotary clubs. Probus is an association for active members of the community, and for those no longer working full time, Probus offers many member benefits to keep you young, domestic travel, daytrip excursions, luncheons and opportunities to meet new friends.


The photos below are from the bus trip and outing to Swansea just a few months ago

The photos below are from the bus trip and outing to Swansea just a few months ago


31 members ventured to Port Arthur Caravan Park from Tue 3rd to Fri 6th March, A variety of accommodation was used from Camper Vans to luxury cabins. Tuesday afternoon we met for nibbles, Bar-B-Q and entertainment. Wednesday a warm sunny day, we had a walk, visits to the Port Arthur historic site, some ventured to Tasman Island by boat and the day was finished with dinner at a local restaurant. Thursday was a little damp and local sightseeing was the order of the day finishing with an enjoyable evening of self-cooked Pizza and entertainment by the fire.

This Newsletter is kindly printed by Sarah Lovell, Labor MLC for Rumney

MORNING TEA ROSTER Today Christine Atkins, Geoff Crombie’ Joe Draskovic, Margaret Anderson April Linda Calvert, Jean Ure, Kerry Bowerman, Wendy Bowerman


Today: No speaker due to our AGM

TRIPS An enjoyable Poet’s Breakfast” was held at Currency Café on 25th February, a good breakfast was served and members recited a multitude of verse. It’s good to see the “Baird” is so many of our members. We even made it onto Facebook. Next Trip to Phoenix Farm, 25 Boomer Bay Rd for lunch on Tue 7th April, meet at noon at farm. Drive towards Dunalley; Turn sharp left off Arthur Hwy just before Dunalley (Watch for “Marion Bay Jun 300m” sign). Carpool for friendship and environment. This is a practical opportunity to help someone who has been


Dinning out; Next dinner is at Himalayan Tandoor and Curry House, 60 Cambridge Rd, Bellerive on Wednesday 8th April at 6:00pm. Restaurant is fully licenced or BYO at $5 corkage. Walking group; Port Arthur from Caravan Park to Port Arthur penal settlement return, was a good walk and all walkers were released on good behaviour bonds. Next walk around Kangaroo Bluff, meet at Waterfront Hotel at 9:30am Tue 24th March. Ukulele Has recommenced Quidler Group meets 4th Monday of the month