PROBUS Club of Pelham: Alan Veale, "The Fate of Beaverdams Creek"
About The PROBUS Club of Pelham
PROBUS is a local, national and international association of retired and semi-retired professional and business people who come together to enjoy a speaker series and optional interest groups, to meet others in similar circumstances with similar interests, to make new friends and to expand their interests. PROBUS clubs are non-profit and are not involved in fundraising.
You are welcome as a guest at any general meeting of the Club, held on the 4th Thursday of the month. Meetings are held at the Royal Canadian Legion on Hwy 20 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am with coffee and tea served at 9:30 am. Come and listen to a speaker and see if the PROBUS Club of Pelham might be of interest to you.
September Guest Speaker: Alan Veale, "The Fate of Beaverdams Creek"
Alan grew up on a farm in British Columbia and has been married to Janet for 50 years. They have three daughters and four granddaughters. He earned his BASc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of British Columbia in 1955 and his Masters in City Planning degree from MIT (Michigan Institute of Technology) in 1962.
He has done consulting work in planning in Halifax, Toronto and Hamilton and was the Commissioner of Planning for Niagara Region from 1974 to 1998 when he retired. His topic will be "The Fate of Beaverdams Creek"