Tutors and Volunteers Recognition Policy and Procedures were approved by the Management Committee on 21 September. The policy formally recognizes that tutors and volunteers are essential for U3A Sunshine Coast, confirms recognition procedures that have been in place for a long while and provides additional recognition ideas.
Many U3A Sunny Coasters will know Joan Benbow from the U3A Lecture she gave about her life nursing in remote communities. She recently released a book about it, A Walkabout Life, launched at Coast Life Midwifery on 22 September 2018. for photos and the notes of Jan Johnston’s speech launching the book.
Recently the Management Committee approved the Hubs Development Business Case.
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While we all intuitively understand that the learning, the social interactions and, in some courses, the physical activity of attending U3A have a positive impact on our lives, Dr Martin Bridgstock has produced a paper concluding this is indeed the case.
Dr Bridgstock is a Committee Member of U3A Brisbane and has made his well researched paper available to all U3As.