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The Probus movement had its genesis in two ancestors — both in the U.K. and both established by Rotary Clubs.
The first club in the South Pacific Region was the Probus Club of Kapiti Coast, New Zealand in 1974 followed by the Probus Club of Hunters Hill, NSW, Australia in 1976 and The Philippines in 2007. Today there are 2,265 accredited Probus Clubs in the region with an estimated membership of 189,000+. Of those, 75 with a membership of 5,000+ are within our Rotary District.
Probus is an association of retired and semi-retired people who join together in Clubs, the basic purpose of which is to provide regular opportunities for them to keep their minds active, expand their interests and to enjoy the fellowship of new friends. Probus is supported by Rotary. Within District 9710, there are many Probus Clubs established. However, there are still opportunities for new Probus Clubs to be formed by a Rotary Club. This is a great opportunity for Community Service.
For information on District Probus matters and sponsoring the formation of a new Probus Club please contact your Rotary Probus District Chair:
Details of the Probus Centre – South Pacific Inc are as follows:
Toll Free within Australia 1800 630 488
Toll Free within New Zealand 0800 14776 287
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