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Category Archives: Committee Corner
The Membership Secretary took the Committee through the membership renewal forms for 2020. The possible use of Pay Pal to pay for membership was discussed.
The Short Course organiser outlined future films and short courses which had been planned.
The accounts for October were examined and approved.
The 2019 budget was discussed and the proposed 2020 budget was also discussed and approved.
Details of next month’s Speaker were given.
The Equipment Manager gave information regarding PAT Testing of U3A electrical equipment.
The Groups’ Coordinator reported that someone had now come forward to take over the National Trust group.
Details were given about next month’s Showcase.
The Accounts for the previous month were examined and approved. Our financial situation is very sound, helped greatly by the commission received from those members taking holidays from Riviera Travel.
David Rose updated members on the various Short Courses and Films planned for the rest of the year.
Everything was running smoothly with regard to the website and general U3A equipment.
Mark Jackson updated the Committee on the running of the Beacon system and its advantages
The Speaker’s Secretary informed the meeting that next week’s Speaker had now withdrawn and a new Speaker was being arranged.
Reports from the feedback on the recent Northern Soul night had been very favourable.
A discussion took place regarding Membership Renewals for next year.
Barrie thanked Margaret Huckerby and her helpers for the high quality and good variety of Speakers attending the Monthly Meetings this year and her support for the Network of Speaker Organisers within the County.
Several Members had supported the setting up of new U3A’s in Calverton and Bulwell.
The Groups’ Co-ordinator gave an update on the progress of several new Interest Groups’ including the Acoustic Guitar group.
Accounts for August were presented and approved.
Details of future Short Courses were presented including:-
Falls Prevention talk on September 12th.
A First Aid session to be held on October 3rd.
Scams and Security talk on 31st October.
Classic Films Workshop 12th and 21st November and 3rd December.
Current Membership was discussed.
The launch of the Bulwell U3A was discussed
Many of you will be aware that arrangements are getting to an advanced stage to set up a new U3A in Bulwell. As we are geographically close to Bulwell we have been asked by the National and County U3A’s to help in raising awareness of this new venture. If you have friends who may be interested in joining this new group please mention it to them. The launch date is set for October and precise details will appear on the Hucknall website, as soon as possible.
I hope that the summer has gone well and that many of you have enjoyed a holiday or perhaps a little time looking after the grandchildren.
I am very pleased to report that progress is being made with the formation of the new Interest groups and I will keep you updated on this issue.
The previous months accounts were discussed and approved. They were presented in a different format.
It is hoped that new Interest Groups will soon be formed as follows. Easier Cycling, Ginology and Acustic Guitar.
A lunch will be held later in the year for Interest Group Leaders.
Hucknall U3A will be represented at the U3A National Conference to be held in Nottingham in late August.
The Short Course on Falls Prevention has proved very popular and will now need to be held in the Main Hall in the John Godber Centre to cater for the large numbers.
Information was given by the Speaker’s Secretary regarding next weeks Speaker.
Recruitment of new Committee Members for 2020 onwards was discussed.