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Probus Club of Darwin Inc bulletin

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Title

Probus Club of Darwin Inc bulletin

Creator

Probus Club of Darwin Inc

Collection

Probus Club of Darwin Inc bulletin; Probus Club of Darwin Inc bulletin; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2009-06-01

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Fraternal organizations; Periodicals

Publisher name

Probus Club of Darwin Inc

Place of publication

Parap

Volume

27th June, 2009, Bulletin # 33

File type

application/pdf

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Copyright

Copyright owner

Probus Club of Darwin Inc

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/220704

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/698507

Page content

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS 2009 1. DINING OUT Past President Ken has declared that the next Dining Out destination will be STOKES HILL WHARF Select from the many different food areas and enjoy under the stars. WEDNESDAY 15th JULY, 2009 at 7pm. 3. MOVIES Coordinator Dot Chapman will indicate her movie of choice, cinema and time at the 1st July meeting. Please try to support this new concept. 5.LUNCHEON POST MEETING The Table of Knowledge has resumed post meeting luncheon. Simply join the other members in the dining area of the Casuarina Club, solve the problems of the world, have a relaxed lunch, and enjoy. 4. DARWIN TRIPE CLUB JULY MEETING Tripe lovers of the Top End will gather at : SCHOONERS BAR & GRILL 51 Marina Bvd (upstairs), Cullen Bay on Wednesday 8thJuly, 2009. !2:00 noon for 12:30pm. PRICE $22:00 per person If you wish to join the tres chic crowd and enjoy a fabulous lunch of tripe cooked three different ways with scintillating company then you must phone Peter Pusterla or Eean Thorne. PROFILE HAZEL HEARDER-FRIEND My childhood and education was as conventional as times, in which I grew up, in Sydney N.S.W. I left school at fifteen, pleasing my parents by taking and keeping a very safe and very boring job in the Public Service for 12 years. It was only after I was alone raising my 3 year old son, that I decided to make the most of lives and explore our options. I was attracted to the humanities, enjoying working with people as opposed to pieces of paper. I had no trouble finding work, as a medical secretary in general practice and specialist rooms. In my spare time, Anthony and I enjoyed the life style of the sun and surf northern beaches and I helped the Red Cross with a program working with school children. Our next move was to the Gold Coast to further my sons career as a chef in the Hospitality Industry. Miraculously, yes I believe in miracles, the Counselling profession opened up to me, firstly with Lifeline doing face to face counselling and then with the newly formed Sexual Support Service. At the time, it was quite a risky business, as every year we battled for government funding to keep the Service going. I worked with women, who had been sexually abused as adults and/or children for over 10 years. This work, which included face to face counselling, groups, court support and on going training, was the most challenging and rewarding I have ever encountered. I was also a committee member of the V.I.E.W. club, helping to raise money for the Smith Family. After my son and his wife were married in a romantic sunset ceremony in Katherine George, David, my husband and I made the huge decision to retire to the Northern Territory, leaving behind the Gold Coast and our close friends. Quite a sea change. We are now happily settled in Durack with our elderly Poodle Beau, our Groodle Mardi and K.T. our huge Rag doll cat. Being grandparents is a special pleasure for us, especially now as our eldest grandchild, Hamish likes to holiday with us. He constantly challenges us with his questions, How do bees make honey and How did you get so old, Nonna? So far we havent had to resort to the rabbits and the Great Wall of China. Page 3Page 6 FRIDGE MAGNET HERE 2. TOUR JULY: STOP PRESS TROPICAL LUNCH AT MANDORAH Wednesday 22nd July. Ferry leaves Cullen Bay at 11am sharp. Only a 12 minute boat ride and step into a tropical paradise. Lunch, games, music and FUN, FUN, FUN. Phone Eean Thorne to book. You choose and pay for your own main course and drinks. We provide dessert and the trimmings. Return ferry at 3:20 or 5:20pm. If you wish to stay the night, phone Mandorah Resort, 8978 5044 to book. IF YOU HOLD A PENSION CARD YOU MUST PRESENT IT WHEN YOU PAY ON THE FERRY AT CULLEN BAY ON THE WAY OVER. RETURN WITH PENSION CARD $18.00 RETURN WITHOUT PENSION CARD $23.00


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