About The Denmark Probus Club

Probus Clubs around the world have been set up at the initiative of the Rotary Club. A need was seen to provide an organisation for retired and semi-retired business people that follows on from Rotary.

However, previous membership of Rotary is not a prerequisite to membership of Probus and anyone from a worthy vocation or work area is welcome to apply for membership. Probus Clubs are very 'social' in their activity. Our constitution states that we shall be “non-political and non-sectarian, will not endorse any candidate for public office, and shall not attempt to influence the policies or decisions of governments”. Neither are we a fund-raising body for social benefit. Notwithstanding, our members pursue a great number of interests, and many are very active in their community. The club itself is a social club, dedicated to the well-being of our members.

The Probus Club of Denmark

The Probus Club of Denmark was sponsored by the Albany Rotary Club and formed in 1990.

Regular activities currently include:

  • a meeting at 10.00am, on the second Tuesday of the month at the Riverside Club house, Morgan St Denmark. The meeting is followed by morning tea and a guest speaker, and lunch at a local venue for those who want to indulge,

  • a coffee morning on the third Tuesday of the month, located at one of the many local eateries,

  • and a walk on one of the many walking trails around Denmark, and generally finishing at a coffee shop, on the fourth Tuesday of the month.

In addition, frequent outings are organised to various local places of interest, and the occasional trip away.

The club provides a welcoming atmosphere where people meet and enjoy each other’s company.

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