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Open Day 2017 (posted 7 November 2016)

U3AAT’s Open Day for 2017 will be Saturday, 21st January, at Room 22 from 9.30am to 12 noon.  If you have any questions on the talks and activities in 2017, come along and have a chat with our Program Committee.    Don’t forget to enrol in activities because, if I don’t know you are attending, I cannot let you know of any changes.  If you haven’t already paid your membership fees, the Treasurer will also be present to accept any due.  Come and join us for morning tea.


Mah-jong Group now also meeting on Friday afternoons (posted 27 Oct 2016)

Due to popular demand, the Mah-jong will now have an extra meeting day i.e. Fridays in Room 22 from 1pm to 3pm.   All members are welcome to come along.


Our Facebook page (posted 7 Sept 2016)

If you have just enjoyed a talk or activity in one of our courses, please tell us about it on our Facebook page. If you took a photo of that activity, all the better. Post it on our page. Also, if you would like to hear about a particular topic or do a particular activity, the Facebook page is one way of letting us know.

If you don’t know much about Facebook or would like to know more, Google “Facebook for Seniors”, or try this link http://facebookforseniors.tumblr.com/

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Another book club group (posted 3 Sept 2016)

We are starting a list for another book club group to be co-ordinated by Helen Myles.  If you would like to join this second group, please let Jane know on ken.duncanson@bigpond.com


Needed – a computer wizz and a good organiser (posted 31 July 2016)

The committee is keen on more than one person knowing how to perform the various roles that keep our wonderful U3A going. Call it succession planning, if you like. I have developed and maintained this web site from the very beginning, so it is time for some fresh input. You don’t have to be a programmer, just have a logical mind and have some common sense. Google and YouTube will help with the rest!

Similarly, Jane has been our courses co-ordinator for a long time. This is the most important job in our U3A! We have developed  an Excel program to make the job a lot easier and there is an excellent courses sub-committee, so it isn’t as hard or time consuming as it used to be. If you would like to take this role on, please contact Jane or any member of the committee. Ditto for the webmaster role.


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