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Monthly News – November 2023

Welcome to the November 2023 monthly newsletter. The AGM and our new Glen Eira U3A President and Committee On Thursday 19 October 2023, we held our AGM. Mark Rubinstein was elected as our new President and the following members were elected to the Committee of Management for 2023/2024. President Mark Rubinstein Vice President David Collier […]

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2024 Course Catalogue

This initial release of the 2024 Course Catalogue lists over 120 courses already scheduled for next year. These courses may be subject to amendment and additional courses will be added as they become arranged. Enrolments for all courses will open at 9 am on Wednesday 17 January 2024.

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Tutor Citations

Congratulations to two of our tutors – Charmaine Hart and Katalin Holl – for receiving U3A Network Tutor Recognition Awards. These Awards are well-deserved and illustrative of our outstanding and dedicated group of tutors.

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Monthly News – October 2023

Welcome to the October 2023 monthly newsletter. Annual General Meeting Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be at 10.30 am on Thursday 19 October 2023 in the Green Rooms at our Glen Huntly campus and via Zoom.  This is a very important part of the operational side of running Glen Eira U3A and we hope that many […]

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Annual General Meeting 2023

The Notice of our Annual General Meeting 2023, to be held on 19 October 2023, has been emailed to all active members (and posted to those without an email address).

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Monthly News – September 2023

Welcome to the September 2023 monthly newsletter. Glen Huntly Road Work to complete the removal of the Glen Huntly Road and Neerim Road level crossings continues. Glen Huntly Road is fully open to vehicle and pedestrian traffic including the 67 tram, the stops for which are directly outside the re-built Glen Huntly station. The trains […]

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Monthly News – August 2023

Welcome to the August 2023 monthly newsletter. Glen Huntly Road Work on the removal of the Glen Huntly Road and Neerim Road level crossings has continued. Glen Huntly Road has re-opened to vehicle and pedestrian traffic and the 67 tram is running again. The new / re-built Glen Huntly station – although not fully complete […]

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Glen Huntly Road Is Open

As of 4 am Saturday 15 July 2023, Glen Huntly Road is (finally) open again. There is still much work to be done to finish the level crossing removal project but the road is open again – for both vehicles and pedestrians. Neerim Road is also open. The replacement Glen Huntly train station is taking […]

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