December 12, 2019 at the Elks. Please wear your Probus badge
FEATURED SPEAKER – Justice Richard G. Byers, 1990−1999 Ontario Court of Justice (General Division); 1999−2016 Superior Court of Justice speaks on ‘The View from the Bench’.
November 14, 2019 at the Elks. Please wear your Probus badge
FEATURED SPEAKER – Mayor Steve Ferguson will talk about The State of the County
Diane Austin is the new co-ordinator for this activity.
Thanks to Darlene Griffith for her efforts in the past.
Our question for discussion on Thursday (September 19): “Is it time for Canada to build pipelines to our coasts first, by any means necessary, to bring our oil to the world, and then settle with indigenous groups and other pipeline opponents?”.
Check Activity Notices for details of this season’s walks.
At 10 am for the next four weeks – Sept 16, 23, 30 and Oct 7 – we will walk on the Millenium Trail from the parking lot of the Picton LCBO for 40 minutes followed by coffee (and chocolate croissants?) at the Agrarian store beside the LCBO.
We start together and end together but everyone walks at their own pace, so suitable for both turtles and rabbits. We leave at 10 am sharp.
An email message is sent out every Sunday night with the location for the next day to anyone who provides their email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, September 12, 2019
Terry Sprague, Naturalist, will talk about Main Duck Island
Thursday, October 10, 2019
First Annual General Meeting of the PROBUS Club of Prince Edward County
John Cairns is guest speaker
Thursday, November 14, 2019
Mayor Steve Ferguson on the state of Prince Edward County
Thursday, December 12, 2019
Justice Richard G. Byers, 1990−1999 Ontario Court of Justice (General Division); 1999−2016 Superior Court of Justice on The View from the Bench
It’s time to renew your Probus membership. Download and complete this PDF form and submit it with your cheque at the September meeting.
June 13th at the Elks. Please wear your Probus badge
FEATURED SPEAKER – Orland French will speak about the Geology of Prince Edward County.
To see the PECProbus first year report click here.