The banner is of rectangular shape with light blue background. It has four loops at the top attached to the banner. The top in the centre of the banner is the Probus badge, within a gold circle. At the bottom of the circle is the word [PROBUS] in gold lettering with red background.
Around the outside of the gold circle are red squares. In the centre is a red circle with a gold 'P' in the centre of the red circle. Under the badge is the word [ARMADALE] in red material. Beneath that in a red square is a picture of a church in front of green hills. There is green shrubbery beside the church. In front of the church are two trees with a red bridge over a slim stream. On each side of the river is green grass. The scene depicts Minnawarra Park in Armadale. On the bottom of the banner is a red fringe. The banner has blue stitching all the way around.

The back of the banner is light blue with a badge at the top left hand side: [Designed and donated by / EVE DAY/ Made by her daughter / CARRIE ARCHIBALD / 2002]. There are two brown stains on the back-bottom of the banner.

Historical information

The banner was designed and donated by Eve Day, and made by the donor's daughter, Carrie Archibald, for the Armadale Probus Club. The design depicts the old church at Minnawarra Park as a symbol of Armadale. Meetings were held at the Armadale Bowling Club on the third Monday of each month.



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Item type
53 cm
Height or length
96 cm
Inscriptions and markings

[Designed and donated by / Eve Day / Made by her daughter / Carrie Archibald / 2002]

Statement of significance

This object is part of collection associated with community service organisations and clubs that have operated within the City of Armadale. Service clubs such as The Lions Club, Rotary or the Probus Club offer opportunities for local community members to network, socialise and raise funds for a variety of community projects locally, national and international. Service clubs not only provide residents with opportunities to connect locally but also with other similar clubs across the country and the globe.

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Rare or representative
Well provenanced
City of Armadale - History House

City of Armadale - History House

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