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Live, Learn and Enjoy is the U3A Maitland motto. Universities of the Third Age, or U3As as they are more often called, are voluntary, non-profit organisations which aim to offer people educational and social opportunities operating in a pleasant and supportive setting. U3As are basically self-help groups built on the premise that collectively older people have the skills and knowledge to provide learning opportunities for themselves.

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Australians reported losses of over $250 000 to classified #scams last month. If the advertised price of a good, service or rental property looks too good to be true, it probably is. Learn more: https://www.scamwatch.gov.au/types-of-scams/buying-or-selling/classified-scams

Newsletter

Our latest newsletter: 2020-02-04_(February).pdf

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Newest Members

Please welcome our newest 16 members.

Jenny Reid
Lea Woodward
Melissa Duncan
Ann Selby
Jude Kropp
Nicole Kerr
Christine Meyers
Julie Wood
Deb Cook
Christine Caldon
Mark Bright
Heather Bright
Dale Howard
Susan Tomlin
Kathleen Clarkson
Kevin Thompson

Membership Anniversaries

5th Anniversay.

Sheila Bourne
Helen Caddy
Chas Keys
Susan Morris
Peter Morrison
Jill Slatter

4th Anniversay.

Aileen Cohen
Kim House
Leonie Julius
Helen Purcell

3rd Anniversay.

Lee Mcgrath
Wendy Richards
Susan Sherry
Robyn Thompson

2nd Anniversay.

Pamela Butler-Passmore
Ros Kaiser
Stephen Ling
Alan McLean
Roma Taylor
Sheila Yarwood

1st Anniversay.

Anne Gazzard
Cathy Wilson