There are seats left on the Probus bus

Members of Gloucester Probus get to work cooking the barbecue at the Gloucester Bowling Club. Photo. Supplied

Members of Gloucester Probus get to work cooking the barbecue at the Gloucester Bowling Club. Photo. Supplied

The Combined Probus Club of Gloucester had its monthly meeting at the Gloucester Uniting Church Hall on Thursday, September 7 with 64 members in attendance.

After the general meeting guest speaker, Stephen Taylor from Calgary Care explained to the meeting the various levels of in-home care that are now available for pensioners, part pensioners and self funded retirees.

Joan Harwood told the meeting there are still some vacant seats on the coach for the Gold Coast trip to see The Outback Spectacular.

Anyone interested in joining the October 26 trip, which is for four days and three nights, please ring Joan on 0428 107 663.

At the end of the meeting, members went to the Gloucester Bowling Club for a luncheon provided free to members from Gloucester Probus. Everyone had a great time and enjoyed the club birthday cake which was cut by committee person, Colin Franklin.