2015 Monthly Meetings
10 March - Christopher Turnor of Lincolnshire - farmer & philanthropist by Martin Chapman
14 April - The Fossdyke - a watery tale of mystery & intrigue by Ian Morgan
12 May - A life of grime by Iain Reynard
9 June - Oil and the Arab Spring by Nick Louth
11 August - You must remember this! by Bernard Bale
8 September - Birds in your garden by Chris Andrews, RSPB
13 October - Comfort in wartime by Maxine March
10 November - Big cats and wildlife conservation by Barbara Meyer
8 December - Helping Tribal Children in Southern India by Brian Harrison
At monthly meetings, Group Leaders inform members of the latest details or changes relevant to their group(s). Details of special Events and Trips are announced and lists are posted on the notice board for people to add their names to indicate their wish to be included. A SPEAKER then addresses the meeting on a topic of interest.
Any information from Neighbouring U3As (including combined events) is publicised, along with opportunities that arise from The Association of East Midlands U3As and the National U3A - Third Age Trust.
The Louth U3A Magazine is published three times a year. Members may elect to have this sent to them by supplying stamped self addressed C5 envelopes to the Membership Secretary. Otherwise they will be distributed at monthly meetings. Please send material to our new Magazine Editors, Jan & Ken Boyd, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or give/send hard copies to Alan Hayward.
The Secretary prepares a folder of notices each month with the latest correspondence from The Association of East Midlands U3As and the National U3A - Third Age Trust. Each month this is on the table on the far side of the room so that members have access to all the information.
Jan Christmas puts together the programme of monthly meeting speakers. If you can recommend any speakers that you would like to hear at the Louth U3A, please get in touch with Jan.
THANK YOU SO MUCH, DEREK, FOR ALL YOUR EFFORT AND SUPPORT IN PRODUCING THE MAGAZINE OVER SO MANY YEARS!
10 January 2015