Judy Mobbs, Margaret Carden and Joan McClellan at the Rose City Probus Club morning tea.
Judy Mobbs, Margaret Carden and Joan McClellan at the Rose City Probus Club morning tea. Sophie Lester

GALLERY: Seniors meet for Rose City Probus morning tea

MEMBERS of the Rose City Warwick Probus Club met for the monthly meeting yesterday morning at the Warwick Christian College dining hall.

Probus Regional Liaison Officer for the Darling Downs Rob Neary said the Rose City club has one of the best morning tea spreads as members sat down to catch up over a cup of tea and scones.

"The reason I joined the Probus Committee was so there was a representative west of Brisbane," said Mr Neary, who himself is a member of the Highfields Probus Club.

"It's important that each of the clubs are getting to do things together," he said.

"You can see a lot of people have a strong bonding of friendships through being members of a club."



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