U3A BULLETIN NO.13

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June Coffee Morning
Friday 8th June
10 a.m. for 10:30 a.m. Room 9

Change of Speaker

Due to illness Nick Gadd from the Victorian Law Reform Commission (VLRC) will not be speaking on the institution’s role.

Instead Mike Fuery of Ambulance Victoria will speak on Changes to the Ambulance Service in the last 35 years. Also he will talk about defibrillation and triple zero calls.

U3A BULLETIN NO.12

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June Coffee Morning
Friday 8th June
10 a.m. for 10:30 a.m. Room 9
Speaker : Nick Gadd
“Role of the Victorian Law Reform
Commission (VLRC)”

The Guest Speaker will be Nick Gadd from the Victorian Law Reform Commission (VLRC), who will be speaking on the institution’s role. Nick will explain the recent recommendations regarding funeral and burial instructions, which at present are decided by the executor, a cause of major family disputes, and will discuss developments in Guardianship, where the law has recently changed in relation to powers of attorney and people’s wishes for medical care when they are no longer able to make their own decision.

Nick GaddNick Gadd is the communication manager of the  Victorian Law Reform Commission, the central law reform agency in Victoria. He has worked at the Commission for five years and is responsible for publications and media liaison as well as community education. His talk will cover the role of the VLRC and reasons why laws need to be reformed. He will discuss three recent projects of the VLRC: medicinal cannabis, funeral and burial instructions, and neighborhood tree disputes.

U3A Bulletin No.4 Corrected

U3A Bulletin No.4 Corrected

Please note the date of the Coffee Morning on the original Bulletin No.4 published was incorrect. The correct date is 13th October as below.
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October Coffee Morning

Friday 13th October at 10 am till 12 noon
Room 9 at the College
Guest speaker: Dianne Wicks.

“If you’re not dead, you’re not done”

“This quote of Craig Groeshal’s does much to summarise my retirement philosophy. Retiring at age 65 from a career in nursing, I moved to Bengaluru India for a post-retirement adventure. Teaching English, in a school committed to educating children from local rock-quarry communities, became my career for the next two years.”

Dianne Wicks

Come along and hear Dianne share her adventure of volunteering in a foreign country, living alone as a mature-aged woman in a different culture. She will share her experience and the insights gained. Dianne has recently returned from another
visit to India.

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U3A Bulletin No.4

U3A Bulletin No.4

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Coffee cup and beans on a white background.

October Coffee Morning

Friday 13th October at 10 am till 12 noon
Room 9 at the College
Guest speaker: Dianne Wicks.

“If you’re not dead, you’re not done”

“This quote of Craig Groeshal’s does much to summarise my retirement philosophy. Retiring at age 65 from a career in nursing, I moved to Bengaluru India for a post-retirement adventure. Teaching English, in a school committed to educating children from local rock-quarry communities, became my career for the next two years.”

 

Dianne Wicks

Come along and hear Dianne share her adventure of volunteering in a foreign country, living alone as a mature-aged woman in a different culture. She will share her experience and the insights gained. Dianne has recently returned from another
visit to India.

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