Financial Statements

Club financial reports for December 2018 are now available on the website. Members may access them at any time (once they are logged in) via the FINANCIAL STATEMENTS entry on the MEMBERS ONLY dropdown list.

The statements may be viewed by clicking on the links below:

Profit &

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Sunshine Team

Thank you very much to those who responded so very quickly to my request for a “fill in” member for our team!

Dale Kastanis has very kindly accepted the position. Dale is a relatively new member and we very much appreciate her willingness to offer her assistance.

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Pub Night

Beer mugs

Happy New Year everyone.
Our first Pub Night for 2019 is this coming Tuesday January 15, 5:30 ish at:

Coach and Horses
321 Selby St
Nanaimo

Please join us for a fun evening with friendly folks,

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Sunshine Team

Currently the Ladies’ “Sunshine” Team is looking for another volunteer for the occasional “fill in” for the already three members.

The responsibilities include sending one of our lovely Probus Photography Club cards to a “sick and shut in”,

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January Meeting Speaker

The speaker this month will be Michael Lowry of the Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC). He will talk to us about how marine oil spills are handled on Canada’s West Coast.

The Canadian spill response regime was created in 1995 to enable the shipping and oil industries to respond to their own oil spills.  

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Christmas Greetings

Lantzville Probus has received a Christmas card from Parksville-Qualicum MLA Michelle Stilwell, together with an invitation to her Open House session at Serious Coffee, Parksville; see details below.

 

 

 

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WEDNESDAY WALKING GROUP

On Wednesday, December 19th, our walking group had been planning to go to Mrs. Riches for lunch after our waterfront walk. However, there are no spaces available at Mrs. Riches in December.

So, I have made reservations at “The Pantry” at the Port Place Mall (the new part) at 11:30am. 

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Jim Moody

It is with very great sadness that we have to tell you that Jim Moody passed away peacefully in Nanaimo General Hospital Saturday night (December 1st).

We offer our sympathies to his wife Joan (our treasurer) and their family.

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