Women’s Probus Club of Cambridge Riverside Ontario 120 Blenheim Road, Cambridge, Ontario N1S 1G1 PROBUS NEWS Vol. 10 Issue 3, November 2014 Meeting is 2nd Wednesday of each month – 09:30 am Calvary Pentecostal Assembly, 127 Hespeler Rd., Cambridge (519) 621-6310 Next Meeting: November 12, 2014 The personal information in this newsletter is to be used only for communication in the operation of Probus clubs. Opportunities for Travel: Next Meeting: November 12th Trips are open to members and guests. Cheques should be addressed to the Tour Provider. See Barb Camilleri 621 1731 or [email protected] Special Guest speaker: Tanyss Munro of the Amarok Society will share the organization’s vision for helping women in the world. December 3, One of a Kind Christmas Show Cost is $55.00. Cheques to Great Canadian Holidays. February 12: Valentine Mystery Tour What’s Valentine’s Day without a bit of mystery? Cost is $85 payable to Great Canadian Holidays...Sign up in November. March 13: Canada Blooms/National Home Show Get ready for spring! Cost is $55 payable to Great Canadian Holidays. Sign up in January. April 11: Great Lakes Cross Border Shopping Trip It’s shopping time! Cost is $33, payable to Great Canadian Holidays. Sign up in January. May 24 to 28: Chicago!!! Sign up at each meeting. June 2015: Port Stanley Just In Time Activities (JITA) Contact [email protected] Nov. 8: Holly Jolly Christmas Tour $20 with a 5 p.m. potluck dinner. January 26 at 11:30 Lunch and Tour of Dunfield Visit the “Unretirement” Residence and then a backstage tour of the Dunfield theatre $20...Sign up in November. May 18,. Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Trip to Sanderson Centre in Brantford, cost is $49 As part of our November meeting, we will hold a Remembrance Day observance with Major Charlotte Robinson. Special Events December Change of Venue The meeting will be held in the Sussex Ballroom of the Cambridge Hotel, 700 Hespeler Road in Cambridge. Members only Christmas Lunch We will enjoy a full turkey dinner with all the trimmings in the Sussex Ballroom following the December meeting. The cost is subsidized by the Club. Your share is $5.00. Bring a $5 bill (no change) to the November meeting. If you will not be at the meeting, please have a friend purchase your ticket for you. To be included, payment must be received by June Ayrhart (624-5254) by November 30th. Flashback to our October meeting: Greeters: Josephine Fraser & Merrily Walker Guest Speakers: Kenn Norman & Jonathan Walford Kenn & Jonathan took us back in time to explore Fashion History. They run The Fashion History Museum (FHM), which demonstrates that clothing can be both a necessity as well as a cultural expression. As an industry, it employs millions and is a driving force behind our global economy. The Museum was founded in 2004 with nearly 10,000 garments and accessories dating from 1600 to today. The old Post Office in Hespeler houses the Museum. There is so much more to see, so definitely plan to visit! Introduced by Diana Esmits Thanked by: Julia Boyd Mystery Woman for October Congratulations Elizabeth Golz. Lunch Bunch Group Our new group got together on Oct. 22nd...It was a good turnout, with lots of laughter and chatter. . New and old members had an opportunity to get to know each other. Please consider participating and coming up with locations for us to try. Inaugural kickoff was a SUCCESS. Wednesday, November 26 at noon at Casa Greek (Dunbar & Hespeler Rd) R.S.V.P. Barb Camilleri 519 621 1731 or [email protected] Attention Com Cats: Next meetings will be Tuesday Nov. 4th and 11th @ 2:00 for Windows 8 users. R.S.V.P. at [email protected] Reminder: Please retain your Probus Roster for the year as the various activity leaders and Management Team will not be published every month. Privacy Act Signing of the membership application and checking the appropriate box gives us permission to send you club-related notices and announcements. Welcome New Probians: To unsubscribe, please email the editor with the words unsubscribe on the subject line. If you do unsubscribe, you will not be receiving notices of events. Barbara Mavin and Margie Stasiak being pinned by Johanna and Kathy. In Flanders Fields by Col. John McCrae In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies grow In Flanders fields.
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