Throughout the year our members participate in a wide variety of events. At our meetings, members have the opportunity to hear from a member of the community who brings a wealth of information on community issues, events and projects to the Club, and who is available to answer any questions the members may have.
Read the June 2018 issue of the Papyrus
Of course, one of the best parts of the meeting is the social interaction when everyone arrives and during our morning coffee breaks. Many new friendships have been made through participation in Probus.
At the September 2017 Annual General Meeting Probus members elected Margaret Gadd. pictured at right, as the current President of the Club. Check our About Us page for a list of our other Club Officers.
Visit our photo gallery to see photos of our most recent "Lunch Bunch" gathering and our other events.
See our events page for the list of speakers at our meeetings and scheduled "Lunch Bunch" dates and locations for the coming year. You can also see photos and information on our various speakers. This link takes you directly to information on the most recent speaker.
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A draft of the new Probus Bylaws has been approved by the Management Committee and will be presented for approval by Probus Members at the Annual Meeting in September.
On this website you will find:Probus Peterborough Papyrus Notice of Our Regular Events and Schedule of Meetings Who We Are - Our Executive Probus Peterbrough Photo Gallery Links of Interest Peterborough Probus Constitution which was updated and approved as of September 2014.
Probus is a world-wide organization, an offshoot from Rotary, with a large group of Clubs in Canada. The name Probus is an acronym for Pro(fessional) and Bus(iness) and has people from all walks of life as members. It has become so popular that along with the Peterborough Club there are several Clubs throughout the Northumberland County area, as well as a Club in Lakefield and District, the Lindsay Womens Club, and the Lindsay Mens club .
Probus Clubs worldwide are not service organizations and are non-sectarian and non-political, although members are largely active volunteers in many community organizations. Clubs are formed to provide social events and schedule speakers to keep members up to date with community issues and happenings. Many members have formed smaller interest groups for hobbies such as sports, entertainment, playing bridge, fishing, travel, computers, etc.