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U3A Christmas Party


Peter’s latest article for Bathurst City Life discusses the courses that the Bathurst U3A is offering for the last term of the year.
Peter Winter, our publicity officer, was interviewed on 2BS, and spoke about our morning tea at Panthers, and the courses for Term 4, and 2019.
The newsletter for Term 4 has been distributed to all members, either by post, or email, depending upon the member’s choice.  You may also read it online. The flyer for the Christmas Party may also be read online. Please note that the newsletter lists Andrew Wells as the treasurer. He has resigned, and we thank him for his tirelessness, rigorousness and high standards.
New courses for next year are now being discussed with the committee. There are some interesting different courses including ‘walking netball’, and archery. The committee is asking for a facilitator who would be interested in conducting one of these or other courses. See our publicity officer’s latest article for more information. If interested, please express interest via our blog page, or via text to our president on 0429 916 618.
Put in your calendar the 7th December. It’s the Bathurst U3A’s Christmas Party. At Bathurst Panthers. [Please note that this was previously advertised as on the 6th December.] See the flyer to the latest newsletter for more details. And send your acceptance online.
The popular Drama and Lawn Bowls classes return in Term 4.
The following classes are full for Term 4: Mahjong, Cryptic Crosswords, Creative Writing, Just Write, German, Craft Collective, Quilting and Craft, Stitch and Chat, Bonsai Buddies, Reading a French Novel.
Fiona and Colin Thompson are both leaving the ever-expanding Bathurst. We thank them for their dedicated support of the Bathurst U3A. Consequently, Music Appreciation is not running in Term 4.
Important dates:

  • The U3A enrolment day for 2019 is on the 19th January (although you may rejoin and enrol online,
  • the AGM is on the 20th March
We received a nice testimonial from the Read and Share Class the other day, that they had read the newsletter online and commented on what a good website we have, and whoever is running it is doing a good job – how all the links work and how good it looked overall. They said that they had looked at other group’s websites, which were less attractive and that their links did not work.

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