Christmas Barbeque
The Christmas breakup was a great success.   Thanks should go to Elaine Jacobsen, Linda Vaccaro and Lorraine Crellin for the work they did to make this celebration an enjoyable luncheon for everyone involved. 

Annual General Meeting
The AGM will be held on Wednesday 24th January 2018 9.30am in The Oaks Room at the Wangaratta Turf Club.  You will be given an opportunity to discuss the proposed changes to the Constitution (click on the following link to read those changes and the new constitution). Amendments to Constitution and New Constitution 2018   Following the meeting you will be able to pay your membership fees of $50.00 and enrol in the course or courses of your choice.  There will be a guest speaker at the meeting so come along and enjoy the morning with your fellow members.

Idea for a New Course?
If you have any ideas about courses that could be offered or if you do have a course you would like to facilitate, please click on this link New Course Idea Form, print the form, fill it out and either scan it in and email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or leave it at the U3A room at the Racecourse.  We are now planning programs for first semester 2018.  If you would like to help the Committee with this task, please contact Elaine Jacobsen through the email mentioned above.

You can download the Timetable, Enrolment form and Course Brochure, by clicking on the following links.   Timetable for Semester One 2018 Enrolment Form 2018  Course Brochure Semester One 2018.  There is also some changes going to be requested at the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 24th January 2018 9.30am.  Details of these changes and the format for the Annual General Meeting can be read by clicking on this link Constitutional Changes and Enrolment Day 2018

"D for Dialysis"
This is the story of my husband Ian's life after his diagnosis of renal failure in 2002.  Carol Coghill's Story

Firstly, facing up to the diagnosis and secondly, the family's journey with the disease until his death in 2013.  I wrote this for my own benefit but also to share the experience with anyone who's interested.  Author:  Carol Coghill