Are you retired or semi retired, thinking of joining a new social activity and live in or near Taylors Lakes Vic?
Why not contact us for further information? You are most welcome be our guest at one of our meetings.
Friendship, Fellowship and Fun To All Members, Whilst you are recommended to stay at home, your Club has decided to send out a Weekly Bulletin to maintain communications with our members and your friends at your Club.
Below is a copy of an email sent on 22/3/2020 to all members on our mailing list at that time. Members – Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic a decision has taken tosuspend club meeting and activities immediatly.As a result
The Probus Club of Taylors Lakes was founded in November 2013 to serve the town and the surrounding area and presently, we have a membership of almost 70. We welcome the retired and semi-retired from all walks of life.
The Club meets on the fourth Monday of each month for our general meeting followed by a talk from a well-known speaker. We also organise visits to places of interest and trips to local cultural events for our the members & their partners or friends.
We meet in the Starlight Room of the Taylors Lakes Family Hotel. The hotel has excellent restaurant facilities and ample parking. There is a an annual subscription to covers the annual membership and $4.00 per meeting covers the cost of the venue.
A “Internal Directory of Members” has not been distributed for some time. A new “Internal Directory of Members” will shortly be made available to members to assist with you keeping in contact during the COVID-19 Isolation period. We obtain your
Ron’s outing started at Watergardens Station this morning going to Flinders Street and then, of course morning tea, before we commenced. This followed by a lovely walk thru the Gardens, whilst plenty of activity from staff, cutting the lawns (too
Commencing at the Taylors Lakes Car park, with (6) six brave souls heading off with the temperature at 12°, and let me tell you, the temperature only become colder as we approached Mt. Macedon. The Memorial Cross was shrouded in
Forming social connections during retirement is important, as it provides a sense of friendship and support for retirees. Healthy relationships are necessary at every age, but the importance of socialising for retirees cannot be overemphasised. Regular social interactions can help keep retirees