Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
THOUSANDS of retirees can confirm that the secret to maintaining a fulfilling lifestyle in retirement is to stay connected with like-minded people.
For forty-five years, Probus Clubs around Australia have been organising social activities that offer retirees the opportunity for fun, friendship, and fellowship.
Probus Clubs provide a good opportunity to meet with other retirees on a regular basis, listen to interesting speakers, as well as socialise and join in fun activities in the company of new friends.
Probus is growing and there are now over 1,700 clubs in Australia and New Zealand, with more than 125,000 members.
The Far North Queensland region comprises of Cairns Marlin Coast, Cairns West Ladies, Innisfail, Mission Beach – El-Arish, and Ingham Probus Clubs.
As 2020 demonstrated, social contact and connections are so important in today’s world.
Visitors and newcomers are always welcome to attend the activities of Mission Beach – El Arish Probus Club.
Anyone interested in finding out more information on the Club and its activities, can contact the Secretary, Ian Lusted, on 0407 814 316.
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