Echuca U3A has reached major education milestone
ECHUCA U3A recently celebrated 30 years of providing further education to older people in the community.
Also known as the University of the Third Age, U3A empowers people in active retirement to pursue a wide range of interests, while also enhancing self-image and well-being.
Established in 1988, Echuca was one of the first groups in Victoria.
Its current program includes guest speakers, educational field trips, lunch group and games mornings.
The U3A movement aims to pro- vide low-cost educational, creative and leisurely opportunities in a friendly environment for retired or semiretired members of the community.
Echuca U3A meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month from 1.30pm to 3.30pm at the Campaspe Library meeting room.
New members are always welcome and no qualifications are required and there are no examinations or certificates.
For information call Bev on 5480 2676.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US: Pat Bennett, Jim Howie and Alma Reynolds were pictured cutting the cake to help celebrate the University of the Third Age’s 30-year milestone of working with older people in the community.