Probus Association of Gauteng South held its AGM on Friday, July 5, at what has become its traditional venue – the Inyoni Creek retirement village community centre.
Probus is a worldwide association of clubs that cater to the fellowship needs of retired professionals and persons who have held office in any business or organisation.
The AGM was attended by 50 delegates from 13 of the 14 clubs in the district.
The incoming chairperson, Ann Foster of Inyoni Creek Probus Club, was officially introduced to the delegates and inducted by the outgoing chair, Bryan Scarrott.
“Under Ann’s guidance, Probus in the Southern Gauteng area will certainly gain new impetus to grow from strength to strength,” said South African Probus Council support member Stan Madden.
“The Inyoni Creek village catering committee once again went out of its way to set up an ideal venue and serve a tasty lunch,” said Ann.
If you would like more information on the local Probus clubs, contact Bedfordview Probus’ Ken Girdwood at 082 322 1193, Inyoni Creek Probus’ Craig Mansell at 083 300 7416 or Thornhill Manor Probus’ Gordon Drummond at 082 445 2637.
The outgoing chairperson of the Probus Association of Gauteng South, Bryan Scarrott, congratulates his successor, Ann Foster of Inyoni Creek Probus Club.