The Probus Club of Old Bar Beach meets at Club Old Bar on the fourth Thursday of each month commencing at 10am for a general meeting, friendship and fellowship, morning tea and to hear a guest speaker.
Regular weekly activities of the club include a Wednesday morning walking group and a ten-pin bowling group that bowls on Thursdays in Taree.
A picnic day is held each month and we also have a diners' club that visits a different local restaurant each month. Other social activities are also arranged.
The club encourages membership of both men and women who are welcome to come along as guests to a meeting with a view of possibly joining in the future. For further information contact Rita on 6553 7711.
Heartfit classes continue
The Heartfit program continues at Banyula Village every Monday from 4pm.
Heartfit is a gentle exercise program suitable for anyone - regardless of fitness level - delivered by an accredited exercise professional, Michelle Georgiou.
It has attracted a regular following but new participants are always welcome. Friends from outside the Village, men and women, have been attending and now make up the majority of the participants. You will always be most welcome to join the classes at the centre.
Join in, anytime.
News items needed
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