Enters its 43rd Year
The club was formed by four Rotary members, namely: Stewart Hannah, George Wooley, Duncan McSwein and Tom Wright with six prospective members being present in October 1971. The club was for retired professional and businessmen. Hence the name was derived from professional and business.  It has developed to a maximum membership of 120 with a waiting list when necessary. Current membership is about 80.  There have been a few notable chairmen over the last forty odd years including the first chairman Duncan McSwein followed over the years by Thom Cromar, Tom McKenzie, Dr. Johnston Robb and Gerry Roth to name but a few.
Our club provides a regular meeting point for retired men who appreciate the value of increased social contact, participating in activities of general interest and providing fellowship, friendship and awareness of the needs of others.
Probus stimulates thought, interest and participation in activities at a time in life when horizons are narrowing and opportunities to make new friends are limited.
Probus is not political but many Probus clubs provide a valuable contribution to local and national charities. Clubs are not profit making but additional income is often produced by extra events and raffles. Clubs depend very much on the ability to finance all their events throughout the year.
The club meet in the Pirrie Hall in Campbell Street, part of Lyle Kirk, on the first Tuesday of the month at 10.00am and on the third Tuesday at 2.30pm, October through to March.  Our current chairman is Albert G. Maclean. If anyone would like to join our fellowship, please phone 790312 for an application form. Coffee, Tea and biscuits are served at all meetings.

Calendar of Events now completed for session 2014 - 15

All meetings are held in the Pirrie Hall of the Esplanade building on the first Tuesday of the month at 10.00am and on the third Tuesday at 2.30pm.