The President’s message and more from the latest U3A Corangamite Bulletin.
Link to Mid October Bulletin and 2021 Membership form.
Read our Early October Newsletter with our President’s message, what our members have been up to and more!
Link to newsletter.
This post includes important information regarding U3A Corangamite memberships, events and the Annual Meeting.
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Hello everyone. Now half way through the lockdown and I hope you’re all well, busy and safe. We may well be in a Covid type community for a fair while yet.
Read the end of August bulletin
As the situation with Covid-19 continues its terrible march, it is so important that we look for the many positives we all have in our lives. We are very fortunate to live in small rural communities all of which have great opportunities for us and indeed are always on the look out for each us. We also have our families. Keep in touch and enjoy the Zoom, Facetime, What’s App or phone.
Read the start of August bulletin
Unfortunately Covid-19 is getting rather close to us all and so very sadly our Committee has decided to suspend all activities immediately and until further notice. We know you will understand and we ask that you continue to keep in contact with family, friends and U3A members as much as you can. Importantly stay well, busy and safe.
Read the End of July newsletter
My goodness! How things change so quickly with the effects of Covid 19. Just about all the plans we made 2 weeks ago are on hold as we await further clarification from the Government and Department of Health.
Read the July newsletter
To keep in touch with what is happening in U3A Corangamite, read the latest meeting minutes:
June 16th, 2020
To read previous meeting minutes click here
Hello to everyone again,
I hope you’re all finding the opportunity to go out, meet with friends or family and now even have a cuppa and/or meal at a café. I also hope that everyone continues to be busy, warm, safe and keeping well as restrictions begin to ease further. Please abide by all of the Government’s regulations and continue to keep safe.
Read more . . .
Read the Opening Up Again Bulletin