Great Glen U3A 2016


Great Glen U3A

A monthly update on the events of Great Glen Branch is published in the monthly Newsletter. A copy is available to all members through email and the monthly meeting and from Great Glen library. See link below to view a copy.


Chairman’s Chat - November 2018


Hello everyone,

 

At the November monthly meeting we shall be selling tickets for the December ‘Christmas Crackers’ meeting.  We are looking for contributions (of food) towards the buffet that will round off our meeting so please help in some way if you can.  As you buy your tickets you can register your intention by signing for one or more of the list of items we are looking to provide.   There is packed programme of entertainment from members and of course the school choir.


We are still seeking a Newsletter Editor - please consider what you can do to help run our U3A. Think of what you would miss if you weren’t reading this now!


I’m pleased to say that the new Writers Group, the second Book Group and the Walking Group have all got going within the last few weeks so there are yet more activities available for us all.  Of course, over the years the interests of members change and some groups grow in numbers and others gradually decline or disappear; that’s just the way of things.  It can sometimes be a difficult step for a member to go along for the first time to an established group.  So we should all be welcoming to new members into our groups.


Finally, as you are all aware this is a notable week in our history as everywhere there are centenary commemorations of the end the Great War; sadly not ‘the war to end all wars’ as it was once thought and there followed an even greater loss of lives across the entire world in the 1940s.  We remember them all this weekend.


Make the most of your U3A membership and enjoy the company it brings.

Best wishes to you all


Peter Russell       chairman /at/ greatglenu3a.co.uk   01572 822 198



Click here to see the latest Newsletter

Computer Group Learners and Helpers enjoying their first lesson