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We hold a monthly meeting for retired, or those who consider themselves semi- retired persons, of all callings in our community who would appreciate an opportunity to gain more social contacts by meeting with others having similar interests or in similar circumstances.
Once Wanganui's original Probus Club, the name change to REBUS arose because the Australians franchised the name so large numbers of we Kiwi’s renamed our clubs as "REBUS,” and continued as before.
Our next meeting is at 10 am Tuesday 4 February in the Blind Foundation Building, 102 Peat Street Wanganui. Please feel free to join us, you would be most welcome.
A light morning tea is followed by some club business, a club speaker and then a guest speaker, who this month will be Belinda Arundel, the Stroke Support Field Officer at Stroke Central Region Inc; for Taranaki, Wanganui & Manawatu.
The meeting concludes by noon and those wishing to, will then gather for luncheon at the Club Metro 13 Ridgeway Street.
More information about REBUS Wanganui including details of our very reasonable membership fees may be found by clicking on the link below.
Should you wish to join with us but are unable to on Tuesday, then consider meeting us for coffee at Parnells Cafe, 349 Victoria Avenue. at 10 am, Wednesday 19 February..
A quick overview of what was accomplished in 2019 with your support.