Probus clubs are organisations for men and women who have retired from their profession or business and want to maintain a social network with others who have similar interests. Each Probus club is sponsored by a Rotary club, although the latter's involvement varies from country to country and the Probus clubs enjoy autonomy once formed.
Probus clubs were first formed, as an acronym of Pro(fessional) and Bus(iness), in the early 1920s in Canada and USA. However, the name was fused into a different type of club in England, and the first non-sectarian Probus club was formed there in 1966.
Today, Probus claims to have more than 300,000 members in thousands of clubs worldwide, the largest concentration being in Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand.Probus Club Activities?
Probus club members are largely active volunteers in many community organisations and many have formed smaller interest groups under the Probus umbrella. This include groups for hobbies such as fishing, sports, entertainment, bridge playing, travel, etc.
Probus clubs typically meet once a month for fellowship and to hear guest speakers. There are no attendance or service requirements.Probus Club of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor
The Probus Club of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor was chartered during the presidency of Dr Hardeep Singh (1993-94) with Rtn Louis Cheah providing the inspiration, motivation and the necessary ground work. Two of its members are Rotarians of Rotary Club of Kuala Lumpur DiRaja - PDG Dato' (Dr) Haji Mustapha Ma and PP Dato' Haji Kamarulzaman bin Mohamed.Meetings:
Every third Thursday of the month
Time: 14:00 hrs (2:00 pm)
Venue: Poolside Meeting Room, Royal Lake Club, Off Jalan Parliament, 50720 Kuala LumpurManagement Committee 2013-14
President: Dato Kamarulzaman Mohammed
Vice President: Quah Ban Lek
Hon. Secretary: Dr. Cheong Weng Hoon
Hon. Treasurer: Ms. Kok Siew Chin
Dato' Dr Jagjit Singh
Goh Khek Boon
Ms Shirley Siew Siew Har
Ms Doris Chan Suet Har
Mrs Cheong Weng Hoon
36 Jalan Bunga Ros, 41100 Klang / Selangor
Tel.: 03-33714921More Probus Information
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