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PROBUS in Canada
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PROBUS Webmaster: Brian Kirkwood - email@example.com
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|INTERESTING WEB SITES|
TO ALL CANADIAN PROBUS CLUBS
PROBUS Canada does not post commercial advertising on the National
Website, except for those links to companies that supply materials and
services directly to PROBUS Clubs for the benefit of members and then,
only with the express written approval of the Board of Directors of PC,
All Clubs presently producing their own Club
websites, linked to the National Website, should check to ensure that no
commercial advertising of any kind is linked to those websites. Failure to
comply with this request may cause the Club’s website link to be removed
from the PROBUS Website.
All Clubs presently producing their own Club websites, linked to the National Website, should check to ensure that no commercial advertising of any kind is linked to those websites. Failure to comply with this request may cause the Club’s website link to be removed from the PROBUS Website.
an association of active retirees who join together in clubs. Its basic
purpose is to provide
its members with regular opportunities to keep their minds active, expand their interests and to
enjoy the fellowship of new friends.
If you are an active retiree, or no longer working full time, you may like to join a social club to enjoy friendship, fellowship and fun. PROBUS can offer a great avenue of interests and new horizons.
PROBUS meets the needs of retirees by providing opportunities to keep their minds active, expand their interests, stay healthy through activities, benefit from training programs, and network between like minded people and enjoy the fellowship of new friends.
PROBUS can provide members of the community with fresh ideas to enrich and fulfill their lives in retirement.
CANADIAN ANTI-SPAM LEGISLATION (CASL) - 2014
New CANADIAN ANTI-SPAM LEGISLATION (CASL) came into effect on Tuesday, July 1st, 2014 and is applicable to any person, corporation or organization that makes use of e-mail lists for COMMERCIAL purposes.
I have reviewed the legislation and am satisfied that it will have no impact on our PROBUS operations at the national, district or Club levels, as we do not communicate electronically with members, or consumers, for the purpose of commercial marketing.
Brian Kirkwood - Webmaster
INDIVIDUAL PROBUS CLUB E-MAIL CONTACTS
This website contains an individualized web page for every active PROBUS Club in Canada. One of the objectives of these web pages is to allow prospective and active members to contact either the President or the Secretary of a particular Club and to allow PROBUS National Directors, the Managing Director and/or the Webmaster to contact those same individuals.
Unfortunately, some Clubs have seen fit to omit a contact e-mail address from their annual Membership Renewal Forms, for a variety of reasons.
As Webmaster I would like to assure all correspondents that the e-mail addresses listed on the individual web pages are not hyper-linked and, as such, are not likely to attract the attention of "Spammers."
We would suggest that if Clubs do not wish to use a particular member's home e-mail address that they simply set up a free Club e-mail address with G-mail, Hotmail or Yahoo and we will be happy to post that address to the Club's web page. The Club need then designate one member, such as the Secretary, to access that e-mail address with a simple password to retrieve the Club's messages.
Posted July 24th,2016 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
If you do not receive response to your query within 10 days for ordinary mail or 3 days for email, re-send your message either by email request, to Reg Whynott, our Managing Director with a copy to the Webmaster, or by Canada Post to:
233 Kenmuir Road
Qualicum Beach, B.C.
CANADA V9K 2E7
Tel (250)757-8026....Fax .. (250)757-8036
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